2017 Plungerhead Zinfandel

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$13.99

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Winemaker Notes

Aromas of milk chocolate, brambly raspberry, bing cherry, toasted clove and sweet cinnamon leap from the glass. The palate bursts with red fruit flavors of cherry, raspberry, red currant and pomegranate. Firm tannins and notes of vanilla, caramel and toasted coconut complement the fruit flavors. The finish lingers with notes of dried cranberry and cherry, charred sage, cocoa nibs and sweet vanilla.

This Old Vine Zinfandel pairs perfectly with smoked brisket or a blue cheese burger topped with fig jam, alongside sweet potato fries.

Blend: 84% Zinfandel, 8% Petite Sirah, 4% Tempranillo, 2% Tannat, 2% Mourvèdre

About Plungerhead

Plungerhead makes wines of character for characters. Who IS that dude on the label? That’s Eddie, whose image represents our avant-garde collection of wines. How did he get a name like Plungerhead, you ask? As the story goes, our friend Edgar B. Plongerheid was fed up with the crooked misspellings and constant mispronunciations of his surname for the umpteenth time.

“Just call me Plungerhead,” he sighed with an audible eye roll. And so it was. Eddie Plungerhead was born. Coincidence? Hardly. Look, we know Eddie’s a weird dude, but he’s our weird dude. Remember, this guy’s a character. And, most importantly, he knows life shouldn’t be taken too seriously.

2017 Plungerhead Zinfandel

$13.99

3 in stock

Country

Size

Vintage

Categories: , ,

Winemaker Notes

Aromas of milk chocolate, brambly raspberry, bing cherry, toasted clove and sweet cinnamon leap from the glass. The palate bursts with red fruit flavors of cherry, raspberry, red currant and pomegranate. Firm tannins and notes of vanilla, caramel and toasted coconut complement the fruit flavors. The finish lingers with notes of dried cranberry and cherry, charred sage, cocoa nibs and sweet vanilla.

This Old Vine Zinfandel pairs perfectly with smoked brisket or a blue cheese burger topped with fig jam, alongside sweet potato fries.

Blend: 84% Zinfandel, 8% Petite Sirah, 4% Tempranillo, 2% Tannat, 2% Mourvèdre

About Plungerhead

Plungerhead makes wines of character for characters. Who IS that dude on the label? That’s Eddie, whose image represents our avant-garde collection of wines. How did he get a name like Plungerhead, you ask? As the story goes, our friend Edgar B. Plongerheid was fed up with the crooked misspellings and constant mispronunciations of his surname for the umpteenth time.

“Just call me Plungerhead,” he sighed with an audible eye roll. And so it was. Eddie Plungerhead was born. Coincidence? Hardly. Look, we know Eddie’s a weird dude, but he’s our weird dude. Remember, this guy’s a character. And, most importantly, he knows life shouldn’t be taken too seriously.

Winemaker Notes

Aromas of milk chocolate, brambly raspberry, bing cherry, toasted clove and sweet cinnamon leap from the glass. The palate bursts with red fruit flavors of cherry, raspberry, red currant and pomegranate. Firm tannins and notes of vanilla, caramel and toasted coconut complement the fruit flavors. The finish lingers with notes of dried cranberry and cherry, charred sage, cocoa nibs and sweet vanilla.

This Old Vine Zinfandel pairs perfectly with smoked brisket or a blue cheese burger topped with fig jam, alongside sweet potato fries.

Blend: 84% Zinfandel, 8% Petite Sirah, 4% Tempranillo, 2% Tannat, 2% Mourvèdre

About Plungerhead

Plungerhead makes wines of character for characters. Who IS that dude on the label? That’s Eddie, whose image represents our avant-garde collection of wines. How did he get a name like Plungerhead, you ask? As the story goes, our friend Edgar B. Plongerheid was fed up with the crooked misspellings and constant mispronunciations of his surname for the umpteenth time.

“Just call me Plungerhead,” he sighed with an audible eye roll. And so it was. Eddie Plungerhead was born. Coincidence? Hardly. Look, we know Eddie’s a weird dude, but he’s our weird dude. Remember, this guy’s a character. And, most importantly, he knows life shouldn’t be taken too seriously.