Michael David Winery Unveils New 7 Deadly Red

Michael David Winery has just announced a second wine will be added to their iconic 7 Deadly Zins brand as 7 Deadly Red debuts in the market this month. In stores nationwide April 1, the 2015 7 Deadly Red will be lined priced with 7 Deadly Zins at $16.

This sinfully delicious red wine was crafted from the diverse and hallowed soils of the Lodi Appellation. Erupting with fresh vibrant blackberry and dark cherry fruit, this wine was aged in both French and American oak barrels that adds to the wines complexity showing clove, spice, hints of campfire smoke and vanilla undertones.

Michael David Winery have been producing their flagship wine, 7 Deadly Zins, for nearly 15 years. The wine has won numerous accolades from all across the country, has been highly acclaimed by national and international publications, and is distributed to all 50 states and over 22 countries. It’s also America’s number one selling Zinfandel. Building off that success and track record, the family wanted to continue the momentum and still find another way to bring new life to the brand.

“Adding this new wine brings a new edge to this already sultry brand. After all, one good sin leads to another, right,” says Melissa Phillips Stroud, Vice President of Sales and Marketing.

The 2015 7 Deadly Red is immediately available in most major U.S. markets and will be available in all markets by its second vintage.

Michael David Winery is owned by brothers Michael and David Phillips, who have built their Lodi winery into one of the fastest growing wineries in the United States. The Phillips brothers released their first commercial wine in 1984 under the Phillips Vineyards label after years of growing grapes for other wineries. Now celebrating more than 30 years as a bonded winery, Michael and David have over 800 acres of vineyards in Lodi. They pride themselves on their meticulous farming practices and sustainable wine grape-growing, which result in superior quality in the bottle. Michael David Winery is located one mile east of Interstate 5 on Highway 12 in Lodi, California.