Peachy Canyon Westside Zinfandel 2014, Paso Robles

Zinfandel/Primitivo Zinfandel/Primitivo
California, Usa

$30.25 (930644)

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September 16, 2017

Critic Reviews (3)

Michael Godel
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Michael Godel

This Westside story from the Beckett family in Paso Robles is a strong one, built on a foundation of fresh and dark...

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David Lawrason
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David Lawrason

One of the great little barely known zin producers of California continues to make authentic examples 30 years after...

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Sara d'Amato
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Sara d'Amato

A nicely integrated zinfandel but with some oxidative, tinned elements. Pure zin without any notable additions of...

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bigalfons
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Neil Phillips
Neil Phillips

Complex nose of plums with a decidedly earthy note, plus menthol, cedar, anise, baking spices.

Black fruits predominate on the palate, with a long chalky finish. Savoury spice notes throughout. Slight burn to finish.

Tasted October 2018.

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juniacke
juniacke

Strong aromas of blackberry and plum followed by thyme, asian five spice, lilac, leather, wet earth. There's a bit of a funk like wet sock, damp basement, or mushrooms. I can't decide how I feel about that part. It's a complex wine with many layers but off-balance (acid is high). Tannins are medium, alcohol high. Finish is long and enjoyable.

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