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What’s your favorite ZinFest wine?

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Posted: Monday, May 16, 2011 2:34 pm

Asked by News-Sentinel photographer Bob Bates at ZinFest
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“Brazin, from Delicato Wines.” “Seven Deadly Zins, from Michael~David. I’m a bartender and could name a number of reasons why I like it.” “Petite Petit, from Michael~ David. It’s very smooth.” “Old Vine Zin, from M2 Wines. I like wine that’s big in flavor and fruity. And I like wines from smaller wineries.” “Footstomp Zin, from Berghold Vineyards. I don’t like Zins — wait, can I say that here without getting killed? — but I like Footstomp.”

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