It was a Scott Harvey zinfandel which evoked my zin-epiphany and even motivated me to join ZAP. This happened when he was still making wine at Folie à Deux and well before Trinchero bought the place. My then wife and I decided to take the barrel tour. Earlier, we had stopped at the Napa Valley Olive Oil Co. where picked up some Asiago cheese and dried Italian sausage. We had gotten some bread from the Model Bakery, too, so we had a real goodie bag. The tour guide was somewhat of a loose cannon and made liberal use of the wine thief. We hung out down there in the coolness of the cave for about an hour and a half, munching cheese and sausage and bread and tasting some lovely Amador wines from those very, very old vineyards Scott Harvey had back in the day. Well, there is none of that any more ... just lots of good memories. Even though I've tried Scott Harvey's zins in various venues since then, I have not had the chance to taste his other creations. Thanks for the heads-up.