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Chateau Indage White Zinfandel ~ India [Dec. 10th, 2007|10:07 pm]
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I was so excited to find a white zinfandel at MMI. They stock American white grenache, and various pink Australian and European wines which are usually made from shiraz. But zinfandel grapes are so tasty. And I didn't have an India tag on this journal. And the label, as you can see, was hilarious.

Too bad it tasted like sour dirt. We're still not even sure how this wine happened. Since when are zinfandel grapes cultivated in India? Since when does India export wine, anyway? I had a glass or so and could hardly stand to finish it ~ which is really too bad.