Robert Biale Vineyards Black Chicken Zinfandel

Robert Biale Vineyards Black Chicken Zinfandel

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Smooth & Sexy
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Winemaking came early to Aldo Biale. At the ripe old age of 14 he was already selling illicit homemade wine to help support the family farm following the death of his father. His customers would make orders over the communal “party-line” (a local loop telephone circuit that is shared by multiple households). Aldo was keenly aware of the illegality of this extra income. To cover his tracks Aldo gave his wine a codename: Black Chicken (a cheeky reference to the symbol of Chianti, il Gallo Nero). In 1991 Aldo partnered with his son Robert and marketeer Dave Pramuk to found Robert Biale Vineyards. Their inaugural vintage of 400 cases of wine was made from 3 hectares of old vines called “Aldo’s Vineyard”. When Aldo passed in 2009 the wine world mourned a founding father of Californian wine. Today Robert and Dave work together with winemaker Trester “Tres” Goetting to make ageworthy examples of old-vine Zinfandel from sites around Napa Valley.

The Black Chicken is Biale's most emblematic wine. As classic a Zinfandel as they come!
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Country
United States
Flavor
Smooth & Sexy
Region
California
Volume
[VOLUME]750 ml
Subregion
Napa Valley
Variety
Zinfandel
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