2009 EASTON ZINFANDEL, Amador County
Mokelumne Wild and Scenic Special Bottling
This limited bottling of Amador County zinfandel was crafted by Bill Easton of
the Shenandoah Valley's Terre Rouge and Easton Wines.
Owners Bill Easton and Jane O’Riordan are dedicated to preserving open space and wild places in the Sierra Foothills. They have joined with the Foothill Conservancy to raise money for the Mokelumne River Wild and Scenic Campaign.
All profits from the sale of the wine will support the Conservancy’s efforts to secure National Wild and Scenic designation for 37 free-flowing miles of the Mokelumne River between Amador and Calaveras counties, from Salt Springs Reservoir to Pardee Reservoir.
This estate vineyard in Amador County is farmed organically and patrolled
by local barn owls. The Eco glass bottle is made from over 50% recycled glass.
You can order half and full cases of the wine from Terre Rouge and Easton, and buy individual bottles for $20 at selected Foothill Conservancy events.
Order your half or full case of this special Amador County zinfandel directly from Terre Rouge and Easton Wines by downloading and faxing an order form or calling the winery at 209-245-4277:
- Half-case (six bottles). $108 (10 percent discount from $20 per-bottle price)
- Full case (12 bottles). $204 (15 percent discount from $20 per-bottle price).
You can pick up your order at the winery, 10801 Dickson Road, Plymouth, or Terre Rouge and Easton will ship it within California for an additional charge ($18 for 6 bottles, $27 for a case).