Michael David Lust Zinfandel
This wine is as seductive as its name says it is as it fades from complete darkness at its core to a dark garnet rim. The smell of fresh smashed blackberry, branded cherries, incense, and caramel. It is full-bodied, luxurious, and sensual on the mouth with concentrated flavors of ripe black fruits, cocoa, black cherry, and toasted mesquite. There are foods that will go lovely with Lust Zinfandel.
There are a lot of foods that you can serve with this Zinfandel. If you are in need of a meat dish, you can serve pork (like barbecue pork ribs), beef, lamb (like leg of lamb), Italian sausage, spare ribs, brisket, and venison. When it comes to poultry, turkey, duck, quail, pheasant, and chicken will go well with this wine. Pasta dishes like lasagna, cannelloni, and spaghetti pair perfectly with this wine. Seafood and fish dishes will also go just super with this wine.
Seafood and fish dishes that will be just super with this wine are tuna, cioppino (tomato and fish stew), and bouillabaisse, as well as seafood soups and stews and seared or grilled fish. Herbs that will season foods served with this Zinfandel are black pepper, basil, thyme, Italian parsley, bay leaf, and thyme. For those of you in a cheesy mood, parmesan, aged cheddar, aged gouda, asiago, and dry jack cheeses are what you need to serve with this wine. You can also eat bold, hearty soups, pizza, beef stew, and chili when you drink this delectable wine anytime you dine. These lovely foods should be served with Lust Zinfandel and will add zest to this wine whenever you serve any of them with it.