BBQ’s BFF- Robert Hall Zinfandel!

Robert Hall Zinfandel is a great summertime red. Besides being robust enough to retain its flavor and character even when chilled, this wine pairs really well with grilled meats. The flavors of black cherry and ground pepper work nicely with everything from ribeye steaks to pork ribs. And at just $18.99 a bottle, a savings of $7 from its usual price, you can afford to have Robert Hall Zinfandel serve as the perfect finishing touch at your next cookout. Fire up that grill and pour yourself a glass- you’ll be glad you did!

“Robert Hall Zinfandel is such a breath of fresh air for Zinfandel under $20. I struggle to find value-driven Zinfandel that isn’t overly confectionary and/or jammy. Robert Hall is a high intensity Zin with robust red fruit, black pepper, and soft tannins all presented in an effortlessly balanced style. Definitely my style of Zinfandel. This bottle can be enjoyed solo or as a nice partner to your rack of ribs slathered in barbecue sauce. No aeration required; just pop, pour and enjoy.”– Brendan Kennedy, Vine & Table Wine Buyer – 

“I used to worry over how to pair red wine with so many summer foods. Grilled foods specifically. Enter Zinfandel, my “lifeguard” of summer foods. Running a great variety of characteristics from punchy fruits and smoke to pepper and spice and every shade in between, Zinfandel is perfectly suited to the grill. Robert Hall Zinfandel epitomizes the California Zin, with raisin, raspberry and plum up front, with a little pepper on the finish. It brings just enough smoke and toffee hints and a soft, medium length finish. This is a wine for BBQ ribs, beef kabobs and slow grilled tenderloins. (I like it with fajitas made from skirt steak). Robust and full bodied, Robert Hall Zin will certainly elevate your next treat hot off the grill. Enjoy.” -Damian Logan, Vine & Table Wine Buyer –

Click here to buy online: Robert Hall Zinfandel 2015 $18.99


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