This is very good and a good value, but neither the label nor the Internet discloses what varietals make up this wine. There's obviously a lot of Zinfandel, but beyond that I'd only be guessing.
Nearly saturated blackish ruby with some violet. Gorgeous nose of sandstone, baking spices, sweet cream, and ripe black raspberries. Dense, ripe fruit coats the palate in a soft-textured blast. Fills the mouth quickly with fruit, then displays loads of sweet, spiced gravel notes, and ends texturally with a fair amount of soft tannin. My only quibble is that there's some (barely) perceptible residual sugar in the finish. Very nice. B+/A- (depending whether you can deal with the bit of residual sugar). Was $14 at Spec's on Smith.