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What is the difference between Primitivo and Zinfandel?
Primitivo is from Italy and Zinfandel is distinctly Californian. The difference between Primitivo and Zinfandel has been a great debate but DNA testing concluded that these varietals are very similar genetically. They are in fact 'siblings', if you will, deriving from the rare indigenous Croatian varietal: Tribidrag.Read more...
Happy National Zinfandel Day!
Uncork some of your favorite Zinfandels today... after all it's also Wine Wednesday!Read more...
Try this Zinfandel Beef Stew from January's Featured Winery!
Van Ruiten Family Vineyards has been setting the standard for exceptionally grown wine grapes for over fifty years! Located midway between the Sierra Foothills and the San Francisco Bay Delta, this celebrated family winery is nestled in Lodi off of Highway 12. Since the winery's inception, the Van Ruitens have been producing award-winning wines and have become especially well-known for their Old Vine Zinfandel.Read more...
Old Vine Zinfandel
(Old Vine Zinfandel pronunciation: Old Vine Zin-fan-del) You might see the term Old Vine Zinfandel on websites, labels or as part of a wine’s name. Nat ...Read more...
(Zinfandel pronunciation: zin-fan-DEL) Introduced to California during the Gold Rush era, the Zinfandel grape (also known by the it’s Italian name Prim ...Read more...
Zinfandel and Black Pepper Marinated Tri-Tip
A tender tri-tip marinated in black pepper and herbs and grilled to perfection. Pair this with a full Old Vine Zinfandel.View Recipe
Succulent Steak with Zinfandel Sauce and Vegetable Saute
Enjoy this tasty steak with a your favorite Zinfandel from your monthly wine box.View Recipe
Coby Van Ruiten’s Zinfandel Beef Stew
A delicious stew for this weekend! Robust flavors give way to the succulent and tender meat. Pair this with a bottle of Van Ruiten's Zinfandel for the best match.View Recipe
Zinfandel Braised Short Ribs with Garlic Mashed Potatoes
This is a combination of elements taken from various short rib dishes that we have enjoyed at restaurants that we have visited in our marketing travels. Preparation for this dish needs to start 24 to 36 hours in advance.View Recipe