Bedrock Wine Co.

Evangelho Vineyard Heritage Zinfandel Blend

9.151 ratings
9.118 pro ratings
Contra Costa County, San Francisco Bay, California, USA
Zinfandel, Carignan, Mataro
Top Notes For
Mike Blom

Dark color from rim to core. The slow movement with a swirl indicates the viscosity. Stewed blackberry aromas with an initial dusty earth flavor slowly uncovers more dark stone fruit complexity.
Happy Easter!

Dark color from rim to core. The slow movement with a swirl indicates the viscosity. Stewed blackberry aromas with an initial dusty earth flavor slowly uncovers more dark stone fruit complexity.
Happy Easter!

1 person found it helpfulMar 28th, 2016
Liz Hale

High acid, low alcohol and perfume- lilt of tannin- old vine, co ferment. Oh yeah.

High acid, low alcohol and perfume- lilt of tannin- old vine, co ferment. Oh yeah.

Apr 29th, 2016
Marc Stubblefield

Wine Sales at Vino Carta and Kogod Wine Merchant

9.2

First time with this - surprisingly restrained while still showing glorious Cali fruit. Complexity where you wouldn't expect it. Plays acoustic counterpoint to rich, meaty dishes rather than being the amp cranked to 11.

First time with this - surprisingly restrained while still showing glorious Cali fruit. Complexity where you wouldn't expect it. Plays acoustic counterpoint to rich, meaty dishes rather than being the amp cranked to 11.

Apr 18th, 2016
Patrick Derdeyn

Stupid young but after 24hrs it really shows something incredible. MTP has such a deft hand with old vines and this vineyard at 120 yrs old and grown in 30f sand shows something special. Will evolve so much over the next decade.

Stupid young but after 24hrs it really shows something incredible. MTP has such a deft hand with old vines and this vineyard at 120 yrs old and grown in 30f sand shows something special. Will evolve so much over the next decade.

Apr 17th, 2016
Jeff Perlegos

Go the CoCo

Go the CoCo

Mar 11th, 2016
Liz Hale

Old vine, great body but not overblown where it could be- someone made solid choices- thumbs way up. Wild berries and coffee.

Old vine, great body but not overblown where it could be- someone made solid choices- thumbs way up. Wild berries and coffee.

Jan 24th, 2016
Paul Costigan

Founder Courtier Wines

9.1

2014: Pucker up, buttercup! Way too early to pronounce anything, it's practically still a barrel sample. Intense youthful fruit, immediately supported by tannins too young to be mellow. Brimming with subtle spices which raised the quandary of what the field blend ratio may be for this year? Will check in again next year.

2014: Pucker up, buttercup! Way too early to pronounce anything, it's practically still a barrel sample. Intense youthful fruit, immediately supported by tannins too young to be mellow. Brimming with subtle spices which raised the quandary of what the field blend ratio may be for this year? Will check in again next year.

Nov 12th, 2015
Bart Hansen - Dane Cellars

When first opened this wine reminds me of my first intro to Zin, young, bright and racey. Great tart fruit with complex nose of pepper, bramble and tar. Can't wait to taste the next bottle.

When first opened this wine reminds me of my first intro to Zin, young, bright and racey. Great tart fruit with complex nose of pepper, bramble and tar. Can't wait to taste the next bottle.

Oct 29th, 2015
Sam Coturri

Winery Sixteen 600, Enterprise Vineyards and the Moon Mountain District

9.4

Getting my #CoCo on. Camphor, and tar. Dark but lifted. Restrained fresh fruit. Fun and a screaming deal #btg Hat tip to @Morgan Twain-Peterson and @Chris Cottrell

Getting my #CoCo on. Camphor, and tar. Dark but lifted. Restrained fresh fruit. Fun and a screaming deal #btg Hat tip to @Morgan Twain-Peterson and @Chris Cottrell

Oct 23rd, 2015
Mark Lindzy

Evangelho happiness!

Evangelho happiness!

Jul 28th, 2015