Wine Oh.tv lists the 2011 Parducci Coro Mendocino as a "Must-Try" Zinfandel Wine Blend: "The concept of CORO Mendocino is simple: make Zinfandel-based blends using an approved list of varietals that are grown in Mendocino county and make them taste great. Put them all in the same kind of bottle, with the same label and same packaging. It started as a conversation between longtime friends and winemakers in Mendocino’s Ukiah Valley and grew into a movement."
Wine Oh.tv notes that the 2011 Parducci Coro Mendocino "really smells like [a] Zin, with jammy fruit and generous peppery spice. Appealing from start to finish, it has good structure, energetic flavors good acid and a smooth mid-palate. It fires on all cylinders."
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Forbes examines the history of various Mendocino crops and industries in a playful article that turns the spotlight on several longtime local winemakers and features Parducci's 2010 Coro Mendocino in its "Ten of Mendocino's Best Wines" list.
Forbes writes of the 2010 Coro Mendocino Parducci Wine Cellars: "One of the stand-out bottles from the Coro Consortium and also from the oldest winery in Mendocino. Rich and concentrated with crushed wild berries on the palate, dried herbs and warm spices all around. Decadent but nicely structured, not at all over-the-top. Threads of zinfandel throughout each wine lend a distinct rustic richness to the whole bunch."
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