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California Red "Old Vine Red Lot 62", Marietta Cellars NV

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Special Deal! ($14 regular)

Marietta Cellars' Old Vine Red, now on its 62nd release, is as good as ever and we sell it for just $11. This non-vintage blend has been the flagship wine of Marietta Cellars since starting in the late 1970s. Made up mostly of Zinfandel, Petit Sirah, and Carignan, plus a small amount of other grape varieties, it is unpretentiously priced and remarkably good. Tasty, vibrant fruity flavors with a relatively modest 13.5% alcohol. If you care to savor the wine more, you'd notice that this has an interesting complexity and a depth to the finish. A bargain for eleven bucks.

"Marietta: The current Old Vine Red Lot No. 61 ($14, 13.5% alcohol) is blackberry-scented and tangy, almost like Barbera on its finish, a quintessential edition of Old Vine. Forthcoming No. 62 is even better, plusher and fragrant with Mexican oregano and sweet plum." Jon Bonne, San Francisco Chronicle

"Wine of the Week: Scouting for the tastiest reds. Marietta "Old Vine Red," Lot Number 62 California Red Wine, 13.5 percent alcohol, $14. 4 Stars Racy zinfandel meets spicy petite sirah. This is an approachable, juicy red that's well crafted enough to turn the heads of savvy wine drinkers. Great structure. Bright fruit. Supple texture. A steal for the quality." Peg Melnik, Press Democrat

"Marietta's Old Vine Red is consistently one of the best bargains in exuberant, dry reds." Robert M. Parker, Jr., The Wine Advocate