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Del Carlo Winery

Del Carlo Winery


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4939 Dry Creek Road, Healdsburg, CA, US, 95448 Email:
Phone: 707-433-1036 Web:
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  1995 Moscato Frontignan
Golden amber hue with sweet floral notes of wild flower, rose pedal and lavender in the nose. Sweet, fruity palate paints a watercolor of the late Fall harvest. Honeysuckle accentuates a harmonious finish that lasts on the palate. 14.4% alcohol. 2022
  1995 Zinfandel
Dry Creek Valley, Lot 2. Black opaque color, seductive aromas and dark fruit flavors integrated with subtle clove spice throughout the mid taste. Blackberry jam comes through in the finish to compliment briary fruit tannins. Opens up nicely during a meal with firm acidity. 14.2% alcohol.
  1996 Zinfandel
Dry Creek Valley, Lot 1. Wild Raspberry nose, jammy cranberry flavors and nutmeg spices arrange this amiable wine. Vibrant acidity blends with fruit tannins that fill the finish and offer a perfect compliment to any meal. Our '96 vintage wines taste so nice right now. 14.2% alcohol.
  1997 Petite Sirah
Dry Creek Valley. Dark 'inky' complexion. Dusty, black cherry nose. Rich dark fruits layered with subtle clove spice. The fruit, acidity and complexity are perfectly balanced and quite pleasant now. Serve with rich sauces, stews or sip by the fireplace. Age 15-20 years. 14.8% alcohol.
Dry Creek Valley. Proprietary red blend of Carignane, valdiguie zinfandel, and petite shirah, which honors the father, Frank, who first started farming the family vineyards in 1946. Earthy wild berry aromas expose the dark fruit flavors of currant and spicy cassis. The fruit tannins hint the longevity of this great vintage. A versatile wine meant for all foods. 14.2% alcohol.
  1997 Zinfandel
Dry Creek Valley. Fruity, big and bodacious. Quintessential Dry Creek Valley zin hits the mark with concentrated dark fruit aromas and blackberry jam flavors layered with sweet oaky components. Dark chocolate texture and dark fruit tannins forge this well crafted wine. 14.2% alcohol.
  1998 Petite Sirah
Dry Creek Valley. Deep purple in the glass, surprisingly soft on the palate. Imagine the smell of a blackberry patch on a warm summer day after a light rain; the fruit and earthiness come together magically in this wine. Firm tannins promote the smooth round mouth feel and support a long finish. 14.3&% alcohol.
Dry Creek Valley. Proprietary red blend of Carignane, valdiguie zinfandel, and petite shirah, which honors the father, Frank, who forst started farming the family vineyards in 1946. This wine exudes floral raspberry, eucalyptus and violet fragrances. A burst of red fruit flavors lead to bright acidity and is balanced with ripe raspberry flavors and smooth fruit tannins. Serve with "lite' fare to best compliment this wine. 13.8% alcohol.
  1998 Zinfandel
Dry Creek Valley. This is a dynamic, complex, sturdy wine. Bright fruits appear in the fore-palate while dark fruits build with subtle spice through the middle. The refined consistency finishes to balance the body's firm acidity and fine grain fruit tannins. 13.8% alcohol.
  1999 Petite Sirah
Dry Creek Valley. Huge and jammy, dark purple-black color entice you to breathe deeply. Big vibrant, fruit takes its' place on center stage while the lenthy finish and hughe mouht feel demand an encore. Serve with boldly flavored foods. 14.3% alcohol.
  2000 Cinque Terre, Reserve
Dry Creek Valley. A diamond in the rough, this blen is a classic meant to age and groiw to into its' sophistication. The compellation of Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc, Merlot, Carignane and Petite Shirah meld a unique red blend. Spicy cherry, wild blackberry and plump blueberry aromas and flavrs create world-class complexity. The broad mouthfeel is layered through the middle and leads to full fruit tannins. Alcohol 14.2%.
  2001 Reserve Zinfandel
Dark and inky, with a lovely black cherry nose. Huge mouth-feel with a long lingering finish of slightly sweet fruit. Roundplums lead to prickly berries with a hint of nutmeg and clove. Elegantly crafted to age 10 years, but so tasty now you would't want to pass it by. 15.2% alcohol 150 cases produced.
  2002 Zinfandel Port
Dry Creek Valley. This port has the upfront fruit of your favorite Teldeschi zinfandel with a bright sweet wild-berry nose. Its's dark ruby color please the eye while the chocolate gelato finish reminds you of that long ago summer in italy. Designed to drink young and fruity. 265 cases produced. Alcohol 16.8%. Residual Sugar 5.5%.
  2003 Pink Zinfandel
Perfect Summer quaff. Light strawberry accents compliment the blush hue. Crisp fruit and sweet taste dry out to a clean finish. Not a massacre of the noble red zinfandel, rather grown for the early harvested varietal.


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