1. Know Your Zin History
Know your grape history! Zinfandel's history in the United States dates back to the mid-19th century, or even earlier, as there is mention of it as 'Zenfendel' and 'Zinfindal' among East Coast growers in the 1830s. Along with the California Gold Rush of the 1850s it moved out West where it was planted in both Napa and Sonoma. Read More . . .
2. Zin-tastic Sonoma Wineries Tasting Itinerary
If you're a Zin lover, this is the itinerary for you! Prepare yourself for a full day packed with Zin tastings, at four different Sonoma wineries, one of which is located in the notable Zinfandel growing appellation, Dry Creek Valley. See the Itinerary.
3. Get Outside and Barbecue!
Summer Grilling Wine Guide - Pairings for Zin - The long, warm days of summer are reason enough to fire up the grill - or barbecue - and enjoy some of the tastiest food on the planet with family and friends. . . Grilled sausages pair well with Zinfandels that combine generous fruit and spice - candidates to consider include Lake Sonoma Dry Creek Valley Zinfandel, Kenwood Jack London Vineyard Zinfandel and Kenwood Sonoma County Zinfandel. Read More . . .