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White Zinfandel

White Zinfandel is a type of rosé wine that is made from the Zinfandel grape. It is a relatively new style of wine, having been created in the 1970s by Sutter Home Winery in California. At the time, the winery was producing a dry version of Zinfandel, but a batch was accidentally left with residual sugar, resulting in a sweeter wine that proved to be very popular with consumers.

White Zinfandel is made by removing the juice from the skins of the Zinfandel grape after only a brief period of contact. This gives the wine its characteristic pink color, which can range from very pale to deep salmon. White Zinfandel is typically a sweet wine, with flavors of strawberry, raspberry, and watermelon.

Despite its popularity, White Zinfandel has faced criticism from some wine connoisseurs who view it as a simplistic, overly sweet wine. However, its accessibility and popularity have helped to introduce many consumers to the world of wine and may have played a role in the growth of the American wine industry.

Overall, White Zinfandel is a unique and enjoyable wine that has carved out a place for itself in the world of wine. Its sweet flavors and refreshing character make it a great choice for casual occasions or as a fun alternative to traditional red or white wines.
California White Zinfandel, Classic

California White Zinfandel, Classic


Cherry and strawberry.