Wine Advocate 88 points - The only red I tasted was the 2013 Petite Sirah, which has black cherry notes, peppery inky undertones in a medium-bodied, blue-fruited style. Drink it over the next 5-6 years. (Oct 2014)
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Wine maker notes
The Petite Sirah is sourced from a mature vineyard in Contra Costa County with an extremely sandy-loam soil (similar to beach sand). Due to this soil type and moderate growing conditions, the vineyard produces low yields with intense fruit flavors. This wine showcases deep blackberry fruit with a big tannin framework. For those of us who love Petite Sirah, this one will not disappoint. Great with meat dishes, from barbecue to rib roast.