Black Saint Peter

Old Vine Zinfandel

8.830 ratings
8.41 pro ratings
Lodi, Central Valley, California, USA
Zinfandel
Lamb, Chicken, Turkey, White Rice, Pasta, Potato, Herbs, Mushrooms, Soft Cheese, Chili & Hot Spicy, Tomato-Based, Duck, Exotic Spices, Beans & Peas, Hard Cheese, Pork, Baking Spices, Pungent Cheese, Beef, Onion, Shallot, Garlic
Top Notes For
Sofia Horvath

Classic jammy Lodi zin.

Classic jammy Lodi zin.

Oct 17th, 2018
Kendall Johnson

Dark bramble fruit and spice #wsjwine

Dark bramble fruit and spice #wsjwine

Aug 13th, 2019
Neal

Round, medium bodied, plum like fruity burst on the palate with slight pepper on the nose and in the mouth. Long finish. Great by itself or with flavorful food.

Round, medium bodied, plum like fruity burst on the palate with slight pepper on the nose and in the mouth. Long finish. Great by itself or with flavorful food.

Jul 3rd, 2019
Patrick Menefee

Another red from Laithwaite’s wine club, been very impressed so far. Tasty Zinfandel

Another red from Laithwaite’s wine club, been very impressed so far. Tasty Zinfandel

Jun 15th, 2019
Diana Sabo

2016 vintage enjoyed on June 11, 2019

2016 vintage enjoyed on June 11, 2019

Jun 11th, 2019
Bo Conrad

Let it breath - but it’s ok

Let it breath - but it’s ok

Apr 21st, 2019
Gaurav Dutta

Medium bodied .. good taste

Medium bodied .. good taste

Feb 22nd, 2019
Darryel Picou

The closest California wine I found to a really good Italian Primitivo. Definitely a little bit Jimmy lots of cherry but still pairs well with venison or pork.

The closest California wine I found to a really good Italian Primitivo. Definitely a little bit Jimmy lots of cherry but still pairs well with venison or pork.

Jan 19th, 2019
Clay Robins

Solid, not amazing, but really drinkable.

Solid, not amazing, but really drinkable.

Dec 30th, 2018
Kendall Johnson

Medium-bodied, balanced; black cherry, blackberry, spice, leather; it’s great, but definitely let it aerate #wsjwine

Medium-bodied, balanced; black cherry, blackberry, spice, leather; it’s great, but definitely let it aerate #wsjwine

Nov 30th, 2018