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Michael-David 7 Deadly Zins Zinfandel

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Why We Love It

If lusting after Michael-David 7 Deadly Zins Zinfandel is wrong, we don't want to be right! We're greedy for Michael David's deadly blend of grapes from seven vineyards, resulting in a Zin proud of its blackberry and cherry fruit flavors and a strong peppery note.

Details & Dimensions

  • Produced from Zinfandel grapes
  • Made in United States

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Michael-David Seven Deadly Zins 4.8 5 11 11
Full of flavor and versatile! This one has so much flavor and works with so many foods, specially, pizza and anything on the grill. Its smooth and the fruits are not over done. This wine was recommended to me and It's been on my top 3 since then. Anyone I've shared this wine with has really enjoyed it. Try the Layer Cake as well if you love this wine. August 31, 2011
Dependable and always good We keep this on hand to enjoy at home, share with friends, and take as a gift to friends when dining in their home. Always dependable and good. I pick up extra when WM has a sale. November 30, 2010
A Divine Zin The Earthquake Zin from this winery will rock your world - but make no mistake - 7 Deadly Zins will bring you to your knees!! Excellent anytime; with any meal. March 29, 2009
Consistency in every bottle 7 Deadly Zins is by the far the most consistent wine I've ever had. There's no need to fuss with vintage selection. Just grab and go. I've used this as a house warming gift, an office gift, a social dinner wine. It's so multi-functional, I keep a spare bottle at home just for any everyday occasion. February 13, 2009
A great wine for all occassions! This is one of my most favorite Zinfandels. This has a nice spicy taste to it and is very smooth. I have occassionally had a bottle where it would be very tannic and that is why it gets 4/5 stars. November 30, 2008
a wonderful experience in wine.warm for a relaxing evening, with good friends and family. its warm and smooth. there is nothing i could say bad about this wine. November 17, 2008
Meritage rhymes with Heritage This wine is good. One of my favorite meritages around. Plus it is very affordable. This wine is my favorite wine when I cook Duck on the grill. The smokiness of the duck, complements the smokiness and spiciness in the wine. Note: Meritage is blend of Bordeaux grapes A red Meritage is made from a blend of two or more of the following varieties: * Cabernet Sauvignon * Merlot * Cabernet Franc * Malbec * Petit Verdot * St. Macaire, Gros Verdot * Carmenere No single variety may make up more than 90 percent of the blend. November 10, 2008
Great zin but their Earthquake is better Same company makes Earthquake Zin... its amaZINg October 29, 2008
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