A new style of big zin—bold and complex. our winemaker took no prisoners. Zin lovers weapon of choice. Dark, ripe fruit and surprising complexity make it wise beyond its years. When you take a sledgehammer to zin grapes, you get intensely ripe and intense flavor that’s a hammer blow to your taste buds. Sledgehammer + ripe, dark zinfandel grapes = rich, full bodied flavor that will leave you begging for more.
It wasn’t that long ago when leaders of men would raise a glass of wine to celebrate the conquest of enemies, the reaping of the harvest, or the construction of cities. Men would acknowledge their accomplishments by toasting, laughing, and singing. They would eat heartily and drink wine liberally. Wine was the official drink of celebration.
This is not the elegant, delicate sipping wine that you’d find at your grandma’s bridge club. To the contrary, Sledgehammer Zinfandel is big, bold, and spicy. It pairs well with grilled meat and loud music.