Beautiful wine. Made with "Bordeaux" grapes but aged in American oak. Deep dark red. On the nose, red berries like cherries and raspberries. Slighty oaky, soft tannins on the palate. Hint of french vanilla coffee (!!!). — 15 days ago
Golden apple, honeydew melon, kiwi, honeysuckle, wet stones, saline, bitter almond flowers, beeswax. Rounded acidity, full bodied, rich juicy-oily texture, long floral-fruity-slightly bitter finish. Aromatic, finessed, texture suited for rich dishes. — 17 days ago
Fruit-driven with aromas of sweet cherry and pomegranate. Bright with nice acidity on the back end. Fun wine! — 4 days ago
Very good and affordable. — 7 days ago
Nicely done. Initially reserved nose gets more boisterous with air, and shows sappy raspberry ooze and kirsch, with some underlying stony minerals. Rich, ripe, dense fruit is buoyed nicely with acidity, it’s full bodied and the dark stoney finish has a bit of tannin. It likely will be better in a year or two. — 8 days ago
Opened up beautifully. Bold, Rich and a gorgeous velvety. — 6 days ago
This is such a bold and smooth wine, excellent and I highly recommend!! — a day ago
Nothing Petite here...
Inky in color with a purple rim.
Beautiful nose of blackberries, dried figs, raisins, sweet cherries, cooked strawberries, vanilla, cedar, light earth, light vegetables, licorice, spices, dark chocolates, coffee, bell pepper, green herbs and black pepper.
Full bodied, smooth and bold, with medium acidity and long legs.
Dry and fruity on the palate with blackberries, black currants, sweet cherries, fig jam, licorice, vanilla, wood, chocolates, caramel, alcohol, dark roasted coffee, spices and peppercorn.
Long finish with fine grained tannins and tangy cranberries.
This wonderful Petite Sirah from California is drinking nicely now, but will be better in a year or two.
Showing nice complexity with a great mouthfeel. Well balanced and enjoyable by itself.
A great sipping wine. It is still showing some vegetable notes, that will go away with time, and some alcohol.
Needs an hour to open up, but good right out of the bottle. Rich, extracted and a little Jammy. This is just yummy.
14.9% alcohol by volume. — 2 days ago