• a red grape variety that is most commonly grown in California, US, where it now dominates the planted red-grape vine crops in the state. It is used to produce a wide range of wine styles from slightly pink (called blush) medium sweet white wines to a range of red wines that include light, fruity reds best drunk young and full-bodied reds. Zinfandel is generally considered to derive from the Primitivo grape variety from Apulia, Italy.
  • abbreviationZin
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