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  • n. Zinfandel wine

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Examples

  • "I don't like white wine unless it's white zin, which is pink so that doesn't really count."

    Keep cool.

  • I don't like white wine unless it's white zin, which is pink so that doesn't really count.

    Keep cool.

  • "Stag zin?" the busboy asked as he showed off the bottle.

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  • The original Zinburger opened in 2007 in Tucson; the "zin" comes from Zinfandel.

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  • More recently, the mailing list that zin freaks have been oversubscribing is that of Carlisle, which launched its first commercial vintage in 1998, although founder Mike Officer had been making wine in his garage for many years before he launched a winery under his wife's maiden name Officer sounded a bit forbidding.

    The Power and Punch of Zinfandel

  • A lash of acidity lifts the exuberant fruit of this classic zin.

    The Power and Punch of Zinfandel

  • "No wimpy wines" is the longstanding motto of Ravenswood, a winery that helped put red Zinfandel on the map, and it could be the rallying cry for ZAP, and zin in general.

    The Power and Punch of Zinfandel

  • A lot of old-vine zin also went into Gallo's so-called Hearty Burgundy, the first dry red wine that many of us future enthusiasts ever tasted, but winemakers like Paul Draper of Ridge Vineyards and Mr. Peterson believed that Zinfandel had a higher calling and that great red wines could be crafted from the old Zinfandel vines.

    The Power and Punch of Zinfandel

  • Ridge, Ravenswood and Rosenblum are still the big three of zin, though they have helped to inspire several new waves of zinophilia.

    The Power and Punch of Zinfandel

  • "I have a more classically trained palate and I thought zin lacked the requisite balance."

    The Power and Punch of Zinfandel

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