Three Finger Jack Old Vine Zinfandel - Wineseeker
$37.40

Three Finger Jack Old Vine Zinfandel

Full bodied. Notes of dark plum, blackberry, sweet spice, dark chocolate and licorice.

Region
  • USA
Style
  • Red Wine
Varietal
  • Zinfandel / Primitivo

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Three Finger Jack was a notorious desperado who roamed the Sierras and the land east of Sacramento in the closing days of the Old West. Nobody knows where he came from, how he lost two fingers, or where he died. But his legend still lives on today in Lodi, California. 

Lodi sits at the foothills of California Gold Country, 75 miles east of San Francisco. Its hot days are cooled by breezes from a vast river delta, and it’s home to sandy soils that force vines to dig deep into the ground. Pioneers knew that Lodi made superb wine country; so they planted vines here more than a century ago.

Travelers to California Gold Country know that Lodi grows some of the best Old Vine Zinfandels and Cabernets on the planet. Dark fruit and intense flavors come from Lodi’s generous sun and vines dug by hand into precious Lodi dirt.

Winemaker Notes

Three Finger Jack was a notorious desperado who roamed the Sierras and the land east of Sacramento in the closing days of the Old West. Nobody knows where he came from, how he lost two fingers, or where he died. But his legend still lives on today in Lodi, California. 

Lodi sits at the foothills of California Gold Country, 75 miles east of San Francisco. Its hot days are cooled by breezes from a vast river delta, and it’s home to sandy soils that force vines to dig deep into the ground. Pioneers knew that Lodi made superb wine country; so they planted vines here more than a century ago.

Travelers to California Gold Country know that Lodi grows some of the best Old Vine Zinfandels and Cabernets on the planet. Dark fruit and intense flavors come from Lodi’s generous sun and vines dug by hand into precious Lodi dirt.