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Rosenblum Cellars Zinfandel 2007

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Gabriel Israel rated this wine as 90/100 with the following review:

Gets an extra point for value. What a great Zin. I love it when it has the fullness and richness this 2007 Rosenblum Paso Robles Zin delivers. Expect full body, black fruit with hints of species and mint. Very wide on the palate. Smokey. A finish that is here to stay... :)
Bought it in Maine (Bar Harbor) for an outstanding value of $17.




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Rosenblum Cellars Zinfandel 2007, Paso Robles, California, United States: Kent Rosenblum trained as a veterinarian before becoming an amateur winemaker and founding his winery Rosenblum Cellars. Today it is one of California’s benchmark Zinfandel producers. This gorgeous brambleberry/blackberry-rich Zin is loaded with dark fruit flavours, spice and vanilla smoke. It's full-bodied but supple: lip-smacking delicious! Crack one open at your next barbecue. Food matches: blackened salmon, back ribs. Drink: 2010-2014. 284653 14.60% XD 750 mL  $20.00 Score: 90/100. April 28, 2010  Full Review

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