Everything in it that is good. Cherries, figs and oranges, a few herbs and a shovel of fresh forest air. Slim on the tongue, fine in texture, the acid vein brisk and fresh, the tannins cool and filigree. Red berries on the palate, grated orange peel in the background. The mouthfeel refreshing, the drinking flow correspondingly rapid. Classy, fruity and playful in the finale. The Zion has what it takes to be the absolute house wine. Pure drinking fun.