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Wine Guerrilla Conte Vineyard Russian River Valley Zinfandel 2008

by Nannette Eaton on March 11, 2011

“The first duty of a revolutionary is to get away with it.” — Abbie Hoffman

¡Viva la Revolución! After being indoctrinated by a bottle of Wine Guerrilla Conte Vineyard Russian River Valley Zinfandel, you’ll be eager to join the insurrection. If the lush blackberry bramble and leather notes don’t convert you to the revolutionary cause, the lovely ladies on the labels with seduce you into surrender. To keep your energy up while you overthrow The Man, the perfect pairing is Lamb Shanks with Tomato & Rosemary.

The details: 15..9% alcohol. Screw cap closure. Varietal: A blend of 83% zinfandel, 12% petite sirah, 2% carignan, 2% alicante bouchet, and 1% grenache. Appellation: Russian River Valley in Sonoma. The wine can be purchased directly from Wine Guerrilla or select merchants. The revolution won’t be televised, but Wine Guerrilla will have it delivered directly to your door. This was a media sample generously provided by the winery.

The music match is “The Girl Who Wouldn’t Die” by Tsar from their eponymous album. Get a bottle of Wine Guerrilla. Here’s a radical idea, be a rebel, buy a few bottles for your favorite revolutionary. Being a guerrilla is thirsty work, my comrades.

On March 31, 2011, Paon in Carlsbad, California will be having a tasting of Guerrilla Wines in their tasting bar.