A complex red that will improve over the next two to three years.
Zinfandel came to the United States in 1829 thanks to New York nurseyman
George Gibbs. Gibbs brought back various cuttings from the Imperial
Austian plant collection, however research has shown that Zinfandel is
more specifically a clone of a Croatian variety. It was not until 1852
that a Massachusetts man, Frederick Macondray introduced the grape to
Zinfandel is synonymous with California where it has thrived, and
arguably remains one of most prolific grape varieties there today.