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2014 GAMBA “FAMILY RANCHES” ZINFANDEL

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Absolutely bursting at the seams with magnificent levels of jammy black raspberries and briary red fruits, Gus Gamba’s new 2014 Family Ranches is a classic, yet ultra opulent Zinfandel, laden with pure, self-indulgent flavors which come intertwined with layer upon layer of intense, sweet black fruit.  Now gaining world-wide acclaim, and proving to be top contenders on California’s Zinfandel scene, Gamba always delivers beautifully with their stunningly rich and deeply concentrated Old Vine Zinfandels.  Robert Parker recently alerted readers  “…Gamba’s name is going to have to be included with some of the stars of Sonoma, such as Hartford Court, Carlisle, Bedrock and even the superstar Turley.”

Designed from a unique correlation of estate and neighboring vineyards as well as merging young and old vines, the Family Ranches bottling creates a lush,  fruit-forward Zin that’s laced with compelling depth and detail.  Many of my Zin loving clients have proclaimed that Gamba Zin is The BEST wine in the world, and if you love elaborately flavored, delicious, sheer Zinfandel decadence, you’ll want to grab a case of Gamba’s Family Ranches while you still can.

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2014 GAMBA “FAMILY RANCHES” ZINFANDEL

Winemaker Notes: “The 2014 Family Ranches Zinfandel appears opaque, with an alluring dark ruby garnet color. Aromas of raspberry, blackberry, caramelized nuts and allspice fill the glass. Full in body and juicy on the palate, the wine expresses balanced, yet intense notes of huckleberry and blueberry pie, laced with bramble fruit on the palate. This full flavored wine offers immediate approachability, with its luscious mouthfeel, depth and complexity….”

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Weight 3.2 lbs
Dimensions 11.5 × 3 × 3 in

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