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Peirano Estate Vineyards – ‘Immortal’ Zinfandel

United States
California
Wine
Red

The Facts

Origins United States > California > Lodi

Appellation Lodi

Varietal Zinfandel

Cepage 100% Zinfandel

Winemaking Fermented on the skins to dryness, it was then pressed and placed in French and American oak barrels

Aging Aging in the barrel for 3 years

Alcohol Content 14.8 %

Serendipity Markets Texas

The Character

Tasting Notes The palate is wrapped in a mysterious, velvety layered mix of sweet blackberries and luscious, juicy fresh picked ripe strawberries! The rich, mouth filling character that immediately jumps out at you is that of mom’s homemade cherry pie! The wine has moderate tannins and juicy acidity.

Pairings will pair with all grilled food, to a nut crusted seared ahi

The Story

2016 was a year that had exceptionally long hang time for the
fruit, giving it the chance to develop layers of flavors. Combine
that with the low yield of our 120-year-old head trained Zinfandel
vines, and you can see why we were so excited by the intensity of
the fruit. We had the opportunity to truly hand select the “cream”
of the crop, making several passes through the block during the
long optimal ripeness window.

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Brand Story

In 1992, Lance Randolph, the 4th generation of Peirano to farm the 300 acre estate, began making Peirano wine simply for himself and to prove Lodi could produce desirable wines. After considerable praise, he started bottling and selling Peirano wine using his estate grown grapes. Since then, Peirano has won numerous awards for producing wine using many of the old techniques valued by Giacomo Peirano. The history of Peirano Estate Vineyards is a tale deeply rooted in Lodi history and the importance is felt by every member of the Peirano family. Over the years, the vineyards have grown to not only include the same naturally rooted, head trained Old Vine Zinfandel imported to the United States by Lance’s great grandfather, but many other varieties as well.

Brand Story

In 1992, Lance Randolph, the 4th generation of Peirano to farm the 300 acre estate, began making Peirano wine simply for himself and to prove Lodi could produce desirable wines. After considerable praise, he started bottling and selling Peirano wine using his estate grown grapes. Since then, Peirano has won numerous awards for producing wine using many of the old techniques valued by Giacomo Peirano. The history of Peirano Estate Vineyards is a tale deeply rooted in Lodi history and the importance is felt by every member of the Peirano family. Over the years, the vineyards have grown to not only include the same naturally rooted, head trained Old Vine Zinfandel imported to the United States by Lance’s great grandfather, but many other varieties as well.

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