Back in the DCV

*Disclaimer: I received this wine as a sample from the PR folks for Quivira Winery.

The Dry Creek Valley that is. Whenever I open a wine from one of the wineries we visited on our honeymoon, it makes me very happy. Especially when that wine is consistently one I love. Quivira has been one of my favorite wineries since our first visit back in 2006. We’ve been club members since 2006 too, so we’re always enjoying Quivira wines. Tonight we opened the 2007 Quivira Dry Creek Valley Zinfandel. It clocked in at 14.9% alcohol by volume, had a real cork closure, and retails for $20 from the winery.

On the nose I found chocolate, black cherry, plums, spice, pepper, cranberry, vanilla, and cream. I loved the nose on this one. Yum. In the mouth I got cranberry, black cherry, spice, pepper, plums, and berries. I found the wine to be quite dark with a smooth finish. I think this would have been great with the herbed parmesan rack of lamb I made a couple weeks ago…


2 Responses

  1. Sounds like a nice bottle. I love Quivira. One of my favorite wineries to visit in DCV. Great Zin, Petite Sirah and Mourvedre. This reminds me that I need to track down one of their Mourvedres for and upcoming #MourvedreMonday!

  2. I love Quivira as well… went there for the first time last summer and will be going back next month. As a club member I tasted this one as well and thought it was good but not great… still very drinkable.

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