After establishing Terre Rouge in Amador County in the late 80s, we started the EASTON label in 1991 for wines that are not Rhône varietals. Amador County is known for its very old vine Zinfandel, some dating back to the 1860s, and the EASTON portfolio focuses primarily on Zin. We also make small lots of Barbera, Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc, Pinot Noir and Sauvignon Blanc under this label. Just like with our Terre Rouge wines, all Easton wines are aged in French oak and further bottle aged under our "élevage" program until ready to drink.

Enjoy three of our best old-vine Zinfandels in one package!
Included is one bottle each of:
2015 EASTON Zinfandel, Estate, Shenandoah Valley
2016 EASTON Zinfandel, Rinaldi Vineyard, Fiddletown
2017 EASTON Zinfandel, D'Agostini Brothers Vineyard, Shenandoah Valley

The pack includes free shipping. You can also purchase these wines individually on this page.

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SKU: Zin_24_Trio

The Rinaldi Vineyard in Fiddletown is one of the oldest in the state, dating back to 1866. The EASTON Fiddletown Zinfandel, Old Vine is always 100% Zinfandel from the Rinaldi Vineyard. We approach making the wine from this vineyard in much the same way a good winemaker would approach a grand cru vineyard in Burgundy. We want to reveal what the fruit has to offer each year in all of its purity, not obscure it.

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93 Points Wine Enthusiast
90 Points Wine Spectator
Our biggest style of Zinfandel is made from old estate vineyards in the Shenandoah Valley.  It exudes all the qualities that make Easton Zinfandels memorable: body and finesse, Amador terroir, and ageability. 
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These are 100-plus year-old vines on a decomposed granite bench over-looking the Shenandoah Valley sloping from North to South. The vineyard is old, rugged, and in decline, but still produces fruit with wonderful character. Farmed traditionally with cross-discing, dry farming, and hand-harvesting. Amador’s annual rainfall is generally 28-32” a year on long-term average.

The wines are spicy, textural, mineral, and captivating.

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92 Pts. Wine Enthusiast
90 Pts. Wine Spectator
This is our most elegant Zinfandel, made from organic grapes grown at 2000' in Fiddletown. Perfect for backyard BBQs and picnics.  It shows great spicy aromatics, delicious boysenberry fruit flavors, and a fascinating mineral laden finish from the vineyards schist-laden hillside.  Why "E"? "E" stands for: EASTON, ecological techniques, estate-grown, elevation, and exquisite.
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Our delicious and aromatic EASTON Campo de Granito from the Valley’s Edge Vineyard is estate-grown in a "granite field” at the Northeast edge of the Shenandoah Valley appellation. Made from the Iberian varietals Touriga Nacional and Souzão (Sezão), this wine has great color and balance, and will drink well when young. Only 100 cases produced.

13.0% alcohol


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SKU: 21_E_Campo

This is the favorite Barbera in the Tasting Room right now. This barbera is very European in style, with great balance and aromatics. The Monarch Mine Vineyard overlooks the precipitous American River canyon at 2,400 feet and brings wonderful minerality to the wine. Pair this one with tomato bruschetta,  Ossobuco, or a Florentine-style rib eye this holiday season.

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This hand-crafted wine is made from grapes harvested in California's famous Amador County, long renowned as one of the best places in the world for distinctive Zinfandel because of its old head-pruned vines, mountain soils, languid blue sky days, and cool summer nights. Our Amador County bottling is luscious, fruity, and tinted for current enjoyment both at home and at your favorite restaurant. 

91 Points- California Grapevine
91 Points- The Wine Enthusiast
90 Points- Wine Spectator, "Top 100 Values"

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SKU: 16_E_AmZin