You can read my description for Michael Cruse's "Monkey Jacket" red to learn a little more about the winery, but this was just too much fun to pass up on.
When you see "white zinfandel" you are totally justified in running for the hills. But know two things. One, the white zinfandel craze of roughly 1980-2000 was the single biggest reason that century-plus old zinfandel vineyards weren't torn out of the ground and replaced with Merlot. Were they put to their highest and best use producing slightly sweet, pink, fizzy wines? No. But they're still there and for that we owe a debt of gratitude to white zin. Second, this wine is absolutely bone dry and unbelievably refreshing. I could drink this all day and it will work with anything.
Or it's just my contrarian nature... but I think it's really good.
100% Zinfanfadel. Serve cold.