Sure, summer is the perfect time for rosé and light whites sitting by the pool, but what about all of the other foods we love in summertime, like grilled steaks, burgers, and sausages (and, OK, Portobello mushrooms for those of you who are a little less carnivorous)? A great, All-American Zinfandel is a great choice, at least when it’s a Washington Post ***/Exceptional Zin like Victor Zinfandel Old Vines Lodi 2013! As the Post says, “This fine example reminds me why I love Zin: raspberry and cranberry flavors, with hints of smoke and earth.” And this rich, full-bodied, and nicely balanced Zinfandel may taste even better when you’ve stocked up from as low as $13.98/ea by the case – 30% off and the lowest price in the USA.
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