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2012 Murphy Goode Zinfandel "Liars Dice"

Winery: Murphy Goode

Vintage: 2012

Wine Name/Vineyard: "Liars Dice"

Wine Category: Zinfandel

Grape blend: 100% Zinfandel

Region: Sonoma County

State or country: CA

Price: $21

Cases produced: 10,760

KWG Score: 90.7 (based on 4 reviews)

Ken's Wine Rating: Very Good+ (92)

Review date: April 20, 2016

Wine Review: This very nice dark ruby colored Zinfandel from Murphy Goode is going to be popular at your summer barbecues. It opens with a fragrant black raspberry bouquet with a hint of black cherries. On the palate, this wine is medium bodied, nicely balanced and rather smooth. The flavor profile is a tasty extracted ripe blackberry with notes of black licorice and red raspberry. I also detected a hint of cinnamon and some black cherry. The finish is dry and its ripe flavors are nicely extended. This Zin is a lot of wine for the $ and would pair very well with slow cooked braised short ribs. Enjoy – Ken

Winemaker Notes: The 2012 Liar’s Dice is as vibrant as ever! Juicy tannins invite flavors of black raspberry, black cherry, and blackberry jam. This is a one created to be a second glass Zin! If you have one, you are certain to have a second. Our Favorite Food Combos: Baby back pork ribs, slow smoked for hours, are always a hit with the Liar’s Dice Zin!

Organic status: not organic

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