Petite Sirah

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2011 Petite Sirah Louvau Vineyard Dry Creek Valley
The more i make Petite Sirah, the more I realize that it's a wine that tastes great young, but tastes even better with some bottle age on it. The Petite Sirah from Louvau Vineyard is one of the best examples of the varietal, with an extremely luscious, velvety texture and gobs of blackberry and cassis fruit. This one's a keeper! Only 42 cases made!
2010 Petite Sirah, Louvau Vineyard Dry Creek Valley
This is the first year that we had enough Petite Sirah from the Louvau Vineyard in the center of the Dry Creek Valley to produce a single-varietal bottling—a whopping 42 cases were all that we were able to produce.
2010 Petite Sirah, Todd Brothers Ranch, Alexander Valley
The steep slopes and bright red soil of the Todd Brothers Ranch in Geyserville are the perfect terrain for growing unusually good Petite Sirah. Each year, we’re floored by the intensity of these jet-black, tiny grapes that produce such balanced, yet substantial, wine.