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FEBRUARY 3, 2013 [Health, Zinfandel] My Super Bowl Sunday
So, I am trying to make it a little more health wise. It's now 5 pm and 90 minutes till kick off and I opened my 2010 Sonoma Zinfandel from Seghesio Family Vineyards. A Seghesio Family Vineyards Sonoma Zinfandel 2010. One of the best California Zinfandels I have tasted.
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APRIL 19, 2010 [Health, Zinfandel] WSJ: “Alcohol delivers flavors”
Although alcohol itself is tasteless, elevated levels of it in wines often accompanies enhanced polyphenols, which can make for big, showy wines, such as a Martinelli Zinfandel that weighs in at over 16% alcohol. And in a related blog post on alcohol levels, Teague states that the nebulous “anti high-alcohol crowd says that high-alcohol wines pose health risks. “Alcohol delivers flavors..
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MARCH 26, 2009 [Health, Zinfandel] Randall Grahm - the way back is the way forward - part II
From his base in Santa Cruz, he rose to fame (and a good bit of fortune) by following the path of grape varieties traditionally from the Rhone and Italy–with a dose of Zinfandel. Or Cardinal Zin, a Zinfandel with a Ralph Steadman depiction of a cardinal on the label. A thorough profile in Inc magazine last summer indicated that, in close succession, he became a dad and had health problems that led to what they call a “do over.