Aromatics, abound and complete, the 2014 el Coco is replete with a wide spectrum from boysenberry jam and black plum to candied raspberries and nutmeg. The palate is ripe with dark stone fruits, blueberries, a hint of meatiness and confectionary orange, akin to mandarin encased foie gras. With just enough tannin to bind the flavors together. The wine finishes elegantly with a salivating savoriness that lingers. Zinfandel from G.B. Crane Vineyard really shines in this wine, showcasing that Napa isn’t just a one note, Cab Sauv, kinda place.