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What makes Talty Zinfandel so special?

The Dry Creek Valley Appellation is renowned for its exceptional Zinfandels because of its unique combination of climate, location and soil composition. Hot days and cool nights, coupled with a long growing season allow the fruit to reach optimal ripeness. Many of the older Zinfandel vineyards in the Dry Creek Valley were planted by Italian immigrants using a field blend technique to produce a more tannin structured wine. The classic Italian field blend is a combination of Petite Sirah and Carignane planted amongst the Zinfandel vines and the William Talty Estate vineyard (named after Michael’s father), 56 years young, reflects this tradition with 7% Petite Sirah and 3% Carignane. You will find an identifiable thread that runs through all of Michael’s wines as they possess an exceptional balance between rich flavor, fruit, acidity, and alcohol. These age-able Zinfandels peak at 5-7 years after bottling and will provide you with a remarkable silky and smooth reward for your patience. However, for those of us that just can’t wait, you will not be disappointed as these wines taste remarkable at release.

The Talty winemaking philosophy is simple: wine is made in the vineyard.

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