Small Hours Zinfandel

$19.99 / bottle
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Small Hours Zinfandel
Small Hours Zinfandel
Small Hours Zinfandel
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Small Hours Zinfandel

2021 – Made with sustainably grown grapes

Made with sustainably grown grapes from the Lodi region of California, our new 2021 Small Hours Zinfandel is the rich, jammy Zinfandel that you’ve been waiting for. Packed with juicy berry flavor and a lush, smooth, medium-bodied style—this red makes an excellent pairing choice for chili with all the fixings, decadent dessert charcuterie, and game night with friends by the fire.

$19.99 / bottle

Coffee Rubbed Steak
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Coffee Rubbed Steak
Sommology Pairings: Small Hours Zinfandel

Food and wine getting clever together

Grilled sausages with mustard dipping sauce, baked dates stuffed with feta cheese, pulled pork, pepperoni pizza, lamb burgers, hamburgers, couscous with vegetables, chili, cocoa/coffee rubbed grilled flank steak, brownies, blackberry tart, chocolate ice cream, s’mores, blue cheese, Parmesan cheese, dark chocolate desserts

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Quick Facts

Varietal
Varietal

Zinfandel

Alcohol
Alcohol

15.38%

Vintage
Vintage

2021

Region
Region

Lodi, California

Winemaking
Winemaking

Sustainably grown grapes—no permit chemicals used. Vineyards are dry-farmed, head-trained and hand harvested. Healthy farming practices reduce the impact of pests. Only the finest clusters get selected for use in the wines. Barrel fermentation for all reds yields heightened aromatics, integration of alcohol & fresh fruit flavors. Older vineyard components were aged in French then American oak, younger solely in American oak.

Lodi, California

Lodi, California

Why We Love It

In The Wee Small Hours: Behind The Label

The name, Small Hours, is a reference to Frank Sinatra’s classic album, “In the Wee Small Hours,” a musical catharsis released shortly after his infamous breakup with Ava Gardner. The label itself is an homage to the classic cover art from that album, with mirrored colors, fonts, tone, and lights. Even the wardrobe and attitude reflect Frankie’s tilted fedora and almost-forgotten cigarette. Grab a glass and throw on your favorite Sinatra playlist.

What people are saying about Small Hours

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Hannah B
Jan. 20, 2023
Rich and jammy!

One of my new TV faves! It’s jammy, rich, smooth. Beautiful color.