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Echo Falls White Zinfandel is a fruity dry white from California, you can generally pick a 75cl bottle up from around £3/5 but is often on offer in supermarkets with 3 bottles for around £10
After having a glass of a white zinfandel in my local, i browsed the wine aisle of Tesco, trying to place which one i'd had. They didn't have it, so i picked up a bottle of Echo Falls, mainly as it was the cheapest at around £3.99.
Now, not being the strongest person in the world i found the cork a bit difficult to remove, as it is a plastic coated affair. i'm much more proficient in screw tops!!
A clear, bright pink colour, the first thing that hit me was how wonderful and fruity it smells. A crisp, refreshing taste which is perfect for summer, especially at a barbeque.
One of my favourites, and definitely worth what you pay for it,
The Echo Falls winemaking team hails from sunny California. They appreciate a good glass ... more
of wine better than anyone and pour a drop of California sun into every bottle.TASTING NOTESFriends and family are sure to adore the tastes of strawberries, raspberries and cherries and the divinely scented apple blossom aromas. Licensing Act 2003: it is an offence for any person under 18 years to buy or attempt to buy alcohol. Please drink responsibly.VINTAGE INFORMATION - Vintage wines may be limited in availability. Whilst we always make every effort to ensure that the advertised vintage is the one that we deliver, we cannot guarantee which vintage will be shipped to you. However, you are still able to return the wine if you are not satisfied.
A lively and fruity rosé with aromas and flavours of strawberries and fresh summer berries ... more
such as raspberries and cherry. The Mission Bell winery, set in the heart of the Central Valley has been making wine for over 100 years. Winemaker Joe Alioto passionately believes in producing wines of consistently high quality, selecting grapes from the best vineyards available. The fruit for this wine is from California's Central Valley - which includes the renowned Lodi district - which is one of the world's warmest wine regions. This makes sure that all the fruit is ripe. Grapes are gently crushed and part fermented on the grape skins at cool temperatures for 2 days to impart the lovely rosé colour. The juice is then run off and a cool fermented to develop the red fruit flavours.