Michael David Winery (Michael & David Phillips)

Petite Petit Lodi Petite Sirah Petit Verdot

9.02256 ratings
9.045 pro ratings
Lodi, Central Valley, California, USA
Petite Sirah, Petit Verdot
Tomato-Based, Lamb, Potato, White Rice, Pungent Cheese, Pasta, Onion, Shallot, Garlic, Salami & Prosciutto, Beef, Chili & Hot Spicy, Mushrooms, Hard Cheese, Pork, Venison, Baking Spices, Exotic Spices, Chicken, Herbs, Turkey, Onion, Soft Cheese, Duck, Beans & Peas
Top Notes For
brando cox

Into the decanter, wow, thats a dark purple splash! Let it sit there for a bit. You will be rewarded with notes of vanilla, dark fruits. Tasty blackberry pie, spice, cassis, cran cherry. Jammy, peppery. Great buy for $16

Into the decanter, wow, thats a dark purple splash! Let it sit there for a bit. You will be rewarded with notes of vanilla, dark fruits. Tasty blackberry pie, spice, cassis, cran cherry. Jammy, peppery. Great buy for $16

Feb 11th, 2018
Andrew Lohse

Bold jammy red fruits, bark, dark chocolate, vanilla, moss. Hot with chewy tannins. Light tobacco and some noticeable espresso.

Bold jammy red fruits, bark, dark chocolate, vanilla, moss. Hot with chewy tannins. Light tobacco and some noticeable espresso.

Aug 4th, 2017
Mike Lee

Beverage Manager/Sommelier Catch Miami

8.6

Majorly extracted, big wine. All black fruit, vanilla, dried herbs and spice. Soft, easy tannins make it drinkable on its own (For you, Cab lovers!). Needs game meats (Herb & pepper venison with black fruit reduction) to pair with. Or skirt steak. Or a good cigar. A real glass/teeth stainer.

Majorly extracted, big wine. All black fruit, vanilla, dried herbs and spice. Soft, easy tannins make it drinkable on its own (For you, Cab lovers!). Needs game meats (Herb & pepper venison with black fruit reduction) to pair with. Or skirt steak. Or a good cigar. A real glass/teeth stainer.

27 people found it helpfulJan 2nd, 2015
"Odedi"

Now this is a great wine. Dark in color, almost black with a purple rim.
Magnificent nose with blueberries, figs, plums, and herbs.
Sweet candies on the palate with blueberries, cranberry, dried figs, raisins, peppercorn.
Big, bold and beautiful with gorgeous legs.
Smooth and sexy long finish with bold tannins and ripen fruits.
Great right out of the bottle. After 2 hours in the decanter, chewy tannins on the finish. This is not my first, and definitely not my last. Very consistent from year to year.
Petit petite Ft. My son.

Now this is a great wine. Dark in color, almost black with a purple rim.
Magnificent nose with blueberries, figs, plums, and herbs.
Sweet candies on the palate with blueberries, cranberry, dried figs, raisins, peppercorn.
Big, bold and beautiful with gorgeous legs.
Smooth and sexy long finish with bold tannins and ripen fruits.
Great right out of the bottle. After 2 hours in the decanter, chewy tannins on the finish. This is not my first, and definitely not my last. Very consistent from year to year.
Petit petite Ft. My son.

14 people found it helpfulApr 17th, 2015
Samantha Cave

Rich. Full-bodied. Long finish. Dark cherries and spice. Mmmm

Rich. Full-bodied. Long finish. Dark cherries and spice. Mmmm

6 people found it helpfulJun 24th, 2014
Lizzie Clawson

Up to this point I've been exclusively a white wine drinker, but this is the wine that changed all that. Light on the tannins, heavy on the jam. A new favorite and gateway to other reds.

Up to this point I've been exclusively a white wine drinker, but this is the wine that changed all that. Light on the tannins, heavy on the jam. A new favorite and gateway to other reds.

5 people found it helpfulJul 17th, 2015
John Mead

Very dark, not much fruit, leather, smoke, too oaked for my palate.

Very dark, not much fruit, leather, smoke, too oaked for my palate.

5 people found it helpfulFeb 5th, 2015
Richard McGowan

Nose: cherries, licorice, raisins pallet: oak, cherries, licorice, strawberries, currant

Nose: cherries, licorice, raisins pallet: oak, cherries, licorice, strawberries, currant

5 people found it helpfulAug 19th, 2013
Chris Curry

Thick, chewy, definitely better the second day.

Thick, chewy, definitely better the second day.

4 people found it helpfulFeb 18th, 2014
Mark Thornton

Highly extracted wine. Moderate alcohol, medium body. Inky, attractive color. Predominant blackberry notes. Balanced oak, with silky tannins becoming slightly gripping as the taste progesses.

Highly extracted wine. Moderate alcohol, medium body. Inky, attractive color. Predominant blackberry notes. Balanced oak, with silky tannins becoming slightly gripping as the taste progesses.

3 people found it helpfulJul 29th, 2015