The 2015 Hayne Zinfandel is enthralling, perfumed with dark red fruits and fresh rose petals on the inviting nose. This 2016 Dogtown has an elegant structure and texture reminiscent of our favorite wines from sandy soils like Salvador and Duarte. A part of the tiny Fountaingrove AVA in Sonoma, Zampatti is in a particularly cool location, just one of the factors that makes this wine so unique. Robust spice, predominantly white & black pepper, complemented by dark purple fruits comprise the nose. Nice nose of red and black fruits, licorice and pepper. Delicious, immensely appealing Zinfandel. Tegan Passalacqua is the Director of Winemaking at Turley and has been instrumental in revitalizing the brand. We are thrilled to add this venerable vineyard to the Turley family of old vine Zinfandels! 2015 Turley Zinfandel Juvenile – Bottle Notes Tom Lee / July 11, 2017 Turley Wine Cellars was founded in 1993 by Larry Turley and specializes in small lots of Zinfandel and Petite Sirah from some of California’s most historic and treasured vineyards. Planted between 1880 and 1920 directly behind the St. Helena Public Library, the vineyard is very varietally diverse. The palate echoes the myriad flavors found on the nose, with a juicy density, robust tannins, and a long, satiating finish. Of the tiny-vineyard Sonoma sites (Whitney & Zampatti) this is certainly the darker, denser of the two, though lovely, open, and drinking well today! The multidimensional palate has more structure and grip than years past, as well as a bit of gravel dust on the finish. The wines are balanced, aromatic, bright and beautiful. So, happy birthday Estate Zinfandel; long may ye reign! Everything old is new again, and this wine is no exception. Located in an idyllic warm yet breezy spot on the west side of St. Helena, we are honored to have worked with this vineyard and the Hayne family for over twenty years. These younger mixed vines are blended with fruit from the neighboring Casa Nuestra vineyard, one of the other longest-certified organic properties in Napa…besides us! Broad shouldered yet lithe and focused, like an Olympic swimmer. Intense purple and black fruits, refined & with great focus; unsurprising given the absurdly tiny yields of 0.7 tons to the acre! Dense yet elegantly textured with polished tannins and a long, savory finish. Delicate, pale pink rose petals, cherry blossom, peach fuzz and melon abound on the dynamic nose. Lifted aromatics of spiced cherry, pomegranate, peach, and light nougat. Lithely textured with pure precision and tons of energy on the palate. The Library Vineyard is one of the most unique vineyards in California. Much more dark fruited on the palate: white fig, dates, and a gravelly grip to the tannins balanced by the notable acidity. This vineyard is special to all of us here at the winery; right in our backyard, it’s what we see every day at work (and from the family home!). 2016 Turley “Duarte” Zinfandel, Contra Costa County. Excessively easy to drink immediately, the wine showed stellar from the very first pour! A mid-weight, fragrant Zinfandel, the 2011 Juvenile is a great introduction to the vintage. The tannins and acidity in this wine are truly out of this world—Nevertheless, the texture is sublime; what a standout. Indeed, Christina credits the success and impact of the Turley “White Zinfandel” as the impetus behind her landing on Forbes’ “30 Under 30” list in 2014. The property has been in the same family since 1876, and the head-trained, dry-farmed Zinfandel vines, planted in 1902 and 1903, produce wines of power and elegance. Created with Sketch. Where the Rattlesnake vines are more exposed to the sun at the top of the slope, Dragon is shielded from this harsh afternoon heat, and the resulting wine is more perfumed and velvety in texture. The copious spice and naturally rustic texture is reminiscent of Piemonte reds like Barbaresco, and make this wine a natural pairing with your favorite Italian foods. Sweet floral notes add lift on the finish. Silky, structured, savory, and seriously satisfying, this wine has kind of natural depth, complexity, and grace that can only come from truly old vines. Those vines have since been replaced by Zinfandel, but we have replanted a small section of the estate to dry-farmed, head-trained Sauvignon Blanc from heritage Napa Valley budwood once again. 2015 “Ueberroth Vineyard” Zinfandel, Paso Robles. 2016 Turley “Sadie Upton Vineyard” Zinfandel, Amador County. Juvenile vines range in age from about 6-25 years, and we pull from a selection of our best vineyards across California, including Hayne, Pesenti, Salvador, Vineyard 101, Fredericks, and Kirschenmann. The palate is teeming with ripe berries and stone fruits, with the Duarte’s signature suave, mouth-watering texture. The flavor is strongly satisfying, striking the perfect balance between beautifully ripe yet crisp fruits, powerful textures, and a dense complexity that manages to stay nimble when it strikes your palate. The vineyard was originally planted in the 1880s, though our block is primarily from the 1970s. This is such a pretty wine. Tomato leaf, baked rocks, brambly fruit and brush, the 2016 Heminway is definitely more savory than saccharine. Indeed, Petite Syrah has one of the highest concentrations of this compound around! Hailing from 24 vineyards in 12 different counties across our beautiful Golden State, the Turley Juvenile sets the standard for classic California Zinfandel. Step back in time with this wine, hailing from 110-year-old ungrafted vines. The wine is comprised of fruit from the turn-of-the-century Evangehlo, Mori and Salvador vineyards, planted between 1890 and 1930. Lush, lovely, and the best wine made in Lodi according to our winemaker, one Mr. Tegan Passalacqua! Hailing from 29 vineyards in 11 different counties across our beautiful Golden State, the Turley Juvenile sets the standard for classic California Zinfandel. These notes carry through to the palate, which is most noticeable for its bracing acidity: at only 3.22 pH, this is the highest acid wine Turley has ever bottled. This certified organic estate-owned vineyard was planted in the 1920’s on primarily limestone soil. Paso Robles has continued to be the hardest-hit region by the drought; in 2015, the Pesenti vineyard yielded only 1 ton to the acre, sometimes even less! Aromas of dark berries, peach skin, sandalwood & leather make this one of the most intriguing iterations of Salvador to date. While you can't taste wines on our website, you can certainly get closer to doing so. Head-trained, dry-farmed and planted in limestone, the wines are dark, smooth, dense and classic Petite Syrah. Dark purple and inky on the nose, with high-toned white pepper and lots of ripe brambly fruits. * Please welcome the incredible DuPratt Vineyard to the Turley family. The vines benefit from the moderating climate above Lake Hennessey. Yields were once again minimal in this vineyard, but the flavors are massive: it’s the ripest version of Hayne we’ve seen in a while, with the elevated acidity to match. There’s a reason Howell Mountain is such a lauded and sought-after source: nowhere else in Napa Valley, or all of California for that matter, do you find so much flavor and texture packed in a single wine. We have both the age of the vines and the cool climate of the site to thank for the wine’s vivacious acidity on the palate, as well as the fine-grained texture and juicy, almost saline and deeply flavorful fruit. All combined, these factors make for a truly unique wine: bold flavors, tannin and an acid backbone that can only come from Howell Mountain. Dark, intoxicating flowers on the nose, with freshly-grated baking spices strewn throughout. They’re also ungrafted, meaning they remain on their original vitis vinifera roots that were first planted 135 years ago, a phenomenon nearly impossible to replicate today. These ungrafted, head-trained vines are planted on very steep limestone slopes. Profound aromatics of dark berries, mountain garrigue, and high-toned white spices flood the nose. There’s a reason we’ve made wine from the Hayne Vineyards longer than any others. With eyes closed and your nose deep in the glass, you’d be forgiven for thinking you were smelling your entire dinner meal, laid out on the table before you. The core of the wine is very dark, and the palate has excellent depth with pleasantly textured tannins balanced by vivacious acidity. The roots are free to roam deeply as the soil is solid sand for 40 feet down. 2017 Turley Zinfandel Juvenile – Bottle Notes Tom Lee / June 3, 2020 Turley Wine Cellars was founded in 1993 by Larry Turley and specializes in small lots of Zinfandel and Petite Sirah from some of California’s most historic and treasured vineyards. Brooding blue fruits are a perfect foil to the darkly aromatic herbs and stone-filled underbrush on the nose. Lively and ready to relish in its youth! Savory aromas of rosemary, herbs de Provence, dark flowers of all kinds, well-marinated and smoked meats, fennel bulb, plum skins, spearmint…the list goes on. The Bechthold Vineyard vines are gnarly, head-trained and dry-farmed in deep, sandy soils. Inherently well-structured, this is a wine that could benefit from some time in your cellar, though additional aging is not necessary to appreciate the many pleasures this wine will have to offer for years to come. Probably the most intriguing nose of all the 2017s. This wine, like the vineyard itself, has such a unique and distinguishing aromatic profile. 2016 Turley “Kirschenmann Vineyard” Zinfandel, Lodi. So-called because our family home, as well as the winery’s headquarters, are all located on the same property, here in the heart of the Napa Valley. Very limited Turley 2018 Juvenile Zinfandel.New release! This head-trained, own-rooted vineyard is within the Clements Hills AVA, which has more varied topography than the rest of Lodi; thus, while most vineyards in the region were furrow irrigated, the rolling hills of iron-rich clay and volcanic soil in Dogtown have been dry-farmed from the start. We recommend decanting. Dark violets, savory spices, perfume, and ink on a nose with seemingly endless depth. Planted at 1500 feet on the volcanic, granitic hillside near our property in Amador, the Cobb Vineyard Zinfandel is an homage to “Buck” Cobb from whom we purchased the vineyard and the Karly property in Amador. The grapes are sourced from vineyards including Hayne, Ueberroth, Pesenti, Salvador, Vineyard 101, Fredericks and Kirschenmann. Dense dark blue and purple fruits lead off on the nose, followed swiftly by a bright, vibrant lift and a hint of wet stones. One you’ll want to come back to, again and again, and you’ll discover something new every time. Fresh, lip-smacking medium-plus acidity and lush, silky fruit glide along the structured yet velvety palate. Located closer to the sea than any other site we work with, you can smell the salt air from the top of the vineyard hill. Long-time Turley followers may remember a wine with the same name from the mid-1990’s, though this is a different source. "The 2018 Zinfandel Juvenile is a pretty, fragrant wine that will drink well right out of the gate. With copious dark fruits and piercing acidity, it’s ready to drink now at 55-65ºF and will age well thanks to the immense power & structure inherent to this wine. A light-bodied red grape, Cinsault (pronounced SAHN-so) is usually found in the south of France as a component of Châteauneuf-du-Pape in the Rhône Valley, or consumed as rosé in Provence. The palate is thoroughly rewarding, with luscious high-toned fruits, well-integrated tannins, and a thoroughly delicious, nimble texture that lingers extensively on the finish. As our Amador winery is located on Bell Road, we named this wine for the eponymous (and notorious) “hanging” Judge Bell, who presided over the nearby town of Plymouth during its Gold Rush heyday. Noble red and blue fruits and fragrant purple flowers on the nose shine through onto the palate as well. Since this is a young wine, we recommend allowing the bottles a moment to catch their breath (at least a few weeks?) The wine is a classic Napa Valley Petite Syrah: dark and brooding on the nose, bright and vibrant on the palate. We are honored to be working with this jewel of a vineyard in Amador County, whose story is almost as compelling as the wine!In 1922, smack-dab in the middle of Prohibition and while her husband was away working for the railroad, a then 21-year-old Sadie Upton decided she was going to plant a vineyard near their home at 1500 feet near Plymouth, CA. Turley now makes right around 50 separate wines from 47 different vineyards, some with vines that date back to the late 1800’s. This head-trained, own-rooted vineyard is within the Clements Hills AVA, which has more topography than the rest of Lodi; thus, while most vineyards in the region were furrow irrigated, the rolling hills of iron-rich clay and volcanic soil in Dogtown have been dry-farmed from the start. The fruit profile is classic Paso: dark purple, blue, and black, with notes of spicy Mexican dark chocolate as well. The high pH of the soil makes for a very high-acid wine, elevating the ripe fruit flavors from this historic certified organic vineyard. The wine is stunning: suave, complex and powerfully elegant. Give it a vigorous decant, or it will be all the more stellar after some time in your cellar. 2016 Turley “Estate” Petite Syrah, Napa Valley. The wines are simply better than ever. 2016 “Zampatti Vineyard” Zinfandel, Sonoma County. We get the cool growing season aromatics like those seen in Russian River Valley, but the wine has a great deal more structure, owing to the rocky, uplifted seabed soils. White pepper and big dark fruits leap out of the glass, while the underlying notes of purple flowers and subtle savory smoke draw you in. The combination of old vines, high elevation, and extreme isolation and acidity make it truly unique; imagine a cross of the Ueberroth and Howell Mountain wines, and you’d start to have an idea of what DuPratt tastes like. Members-Only Content Premium Subscription. Officially in the newest cool-kid AVA of Moon Mountain, the Fredericks Vineyard is a genuine rarity: old vine concentration and complexity coupled with mountainside structure and tannin. The nose pulls you in with aromas of peach fuzz, purple flowers and dark berry fruits. Otty Hayne planted the Hayne Petite Syrah in 1953 while he was home from college visiting his grandfather. Dragon Vineyard is an estate, certified organic vineyard. The property has been in the same family since 1876, and the head-trained, dry-farmed Zinfandel vines, planted in 1902 and 1903, produce wines of power and elegance. Black plum, black cherry, graphite, cocoa, freshly turned earth, petrichor, ink, and gravel dust. Wild black cherries and lavender alongside crème de mure, blueberries and gravel. Turley has tasting rooms in both Amador and Paso Robles. Hailing from over 20 ancient vineyards across California and aged in only 10% new oak, the wine has all those bright, pure berry fruit notes and more; the elegant, grown-up version of that Rockwellian memory. As the vines age the wines are increasingly expressive of the Pesenti Vineyard with minerality, savory spices and high tone pepper. The 2019 Juvenile will be released early next year. The nose overflows with plum, blood orange, bergamot, red cherry, and a bit of earthy matcha for good measure. 2016 Turley “Dusi Vineyard” Zinfandel, Paso Robles. Thanks to the river’s cool waters and delta breezes, these head-trained, dry-farmed vines are constantly protected from the heat. This is a layered,complex wine, owing perhaps to the small amounts of Petite Syrah and Alicante Bouschet that are also found in our organically-farmed block of Bedrock. With its signature Howell Mountain texture, tannin, and long finish, the Cedarman is an ideal cold weather wine. Perfumed red fruits, dried sage, and a variety of exotic woods all vie for a turn on the nose of this year’s Sadie. Finding old vineyards is rare enough, but ancient hillside head-trained vines located 900 feet up? The palate is profound and brooding, with a seemingly never-ending finish. Now, 92 years later, the vines are still kicking in the gumption-riddled tradition of their creator. Elegantly textured with perfect synergy between the tannin and acidity, indicative of Hayne’s blue-blooded and deeply-set roots. Bright, vibrant pepper and spice, with lovely lifted red fruits, satiating acidity, and a hint of blue fruits as well. 2016 Turley “Mead Ranch” Zinfandel, Atlas Peak. The vineyard is planted to a Mediterranean mix of Petite Syrah, Zinfandel, Alicante, Carignane, Napa Gamay, Négrette, Mourvèdre, Refosco, and even Chenin Blanc. Hailing from 29 vineyards in 11 different counties across our beautiful Golden State, Turley Juvenile sets the standard for classic California Zinfandel. Like our other vineyards in the area, Dusi is on the west side of Paso Robles. Always well-structured and poised, the Hayne is like if Zinfandel went to finishing school. Let it be truly old, but healthy; silky, yet concentrated; and have beautiful, succulent fruit, without compromising on tannin & texture. There’s a reason the word “more” popped up six separate times in our original tasting note of this wine—the Rattlesnake truly goes above & beyond. Planted at 1500 feet on the volcanic, granitic hillside near our new property in Amador, the Cobb Vineyard Zinfandel is an homage to “Buck” Cobb from whom we purchased the vineyard and the Karly property in Amador. This is the one of the most popular wines from California. Bright floral and red-toned fruit notes convey a real sense of energy in this perfumed, entry-level Zinfandel from Turley. Serve at 55-65ºF. Palate is dense, packed with more spice and dark plums, graphite, roasted meats, and dusty earth. 2016 “Pesenti Vineyard” Zinfandel, Paso Robles. Turley fared well in The 2018 Zinfandel Chronicles Power Rankings. Just a mile and a half from the Napa border on the Sonoma side of the Mayacamas, located in what is the new Moon Mountain AVA, the vines are planted along steep, contoured terraces. 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