Bouchon

Superior Reserve White Zinfandel

A small number of red grape varieties can be vinified to produce attractive "blush" or white wines, and Zinfandel is the most popular. White Zinfandel takes advantage of the grape's intensity of berry-like flavor and its appealing, brilliant color. "A delicate wine of light salmon color with hints of ripe pear and rich Zinfandel flavors; delightfully fruity and soft on the palate, with a clean, smooth finish. Recommended with chicken, fresh fruit, fettuccine Alfredo, mild cheeses or by itself well-chilled."

ALCOHOL: 10.0%
TOTAL ACIDITY: .71gm/100ml
pH: 3.30
RESIDUAL SUGAR: 2.00