This is a very burgundian-styled (that is to say, Pinot Noir-styled) Zinfandel. I this was served blind to me, I'd guess a solid village level wine from the Cote de Beaune or sure. Unusual, but very nice.
Light, very crystalline ruby color. Medium intensity nose of sweet, sappy cherry, a little blackberry, dark baking spices, and a lightly-minerally note. Mouthfilling, but light on its feet, with very Bourgogne-like flavors of dry, sappy cherry extract and light stoniness. Very pure tasting. Fairly full bodied, and good acidity too. Bone dry. Good length. B+. Was $15.99 from Total Wine in Fairfax, VA. So it's a good value too. But drink up over the next year. It's not made to age.