Posts tagged: Petite Sirah

96 Point STELLAR under $35.00 RED

A British couple settled in the hills of Mendocino where they found  land with schist-like Cote–Rotie soils on a windblown cool mountaintop overlooking the Pacific Ocean, which would become their “estate” vineyard.   With the assistance of Justin Smith (Saxum), Crole Meredith  & Steve Lagier (Lagier-Meredith), Mike Officer (Carlisle) and Wells Guthrie (Copain) they set […]

Monday October 29th, 2018 in , , , , | No Comments »

New Wave Petite Sirah is not a “little” wine

The new wave of Petite Sirah winemaking going on these days is drawing attention and changing the way this grape is regarded.  Surging forward is the recognition by winemakers, insiders, wine judges and critics that Petite Sirah is a time-tested noble grape that is truly deserving the status as a classic California varietal.  Robert Biale […]

Keplinger new releases … more 95+ Ratings & FREE SHIPPING!!

  The MUCH anticipated 2015 (Helen) Keplinger releases are finally in stock! I received the  Sumo, Lithic and Caldera bottlings from Helen. Quantities are very limited this year, but the quality is amazing! Let me know ASAP as these wines will sell out well before the end of the year! Helen Keplinger has been crafting amazing wines for over […]

Classic! Under $28 Petite Sirah!

  Trinafour is a very small producer specializing in Rhone Varietals.  The latest Petite Sirah will knock your socks off!  Only 121 cases produced, so it will go fast! Sourced from the single vineyard “Niemi” Trinafour 2013 Petite Sirah “Niemi” Retail 32.00 – GGWC 27.99 FREE SHIPPING on 12 or more Use code TRINPS during […]

Tuesday December 12th, 2017 in , , , , | No Comments »

It is not weird, not light, not small – It is Petite and … comes with Free Shipping!

It started in 1914 when Eliza & Pads Peterson purchased a 100-acre property in the Napa Valley. It hosted a small Zinfandel vineyard, but with the onset of Prohibition in 1920, prunes became the cash crop. It remained an orchard, large vegetable garden and also hosted  numerous farm animals. Not until the 1990s was the […]

96 Point Rated KILLER Petite Sirah

A British couple settled in the hills of Mendocino where they found  land with schist-like Cote–Rotie soils on a windblown cool mountaintop overlooking the Pacific Ocean, which would become their “estate” vineyard. With the assistance of Justin Smith (Saxum), Crole Meredith  & Steve Lagier (Lagier-Meredith), Mike Officer (Carlisle) and Wells Guthrie (Copain) they set out […]

The “BEST” Petite Sirah from Napa

  Corey Beck grew up in the Napa Valley in and around the vineyards his grandfather planted at Chateau Montelena.  He started his winemaking career under Scott McLeod at Rubicon (Francis Ford Copolla).  His own Cabernet Sauvignon is an amazing wine sourced from one of the most sought after vineyards in the Napa Valley nearby […]

Tuesday January 10th, 2017 in , , , , , | No Comments »

Petite Sirah deserves some love!

Can anyone tell me why California Petite Sirah doesn’t get more love from the cognoscenti? It certainly has some of the elements they love: It’s relatively obscure; it’s confusing; it pairs well with some hard-to-pair-with dishes. Is it the word “petite” that scares away macho wine dudes? Or is it the weird, Americanized spelling of […]

Thursday September 1st, 2016 in , | No Comments »

Petite Sirah Stunner, 94 Points ONLY 5 CASES ALLOCATED!

The new wave of Petite Sirah winemaking going on these days is drawing attention and changing the way this grape is regarded. Surging forward is the recognition by winemakers, insiders, wine judges and critics that Petite Sirah is a time-tested noble grape that is truly deserving the status as a classic California varietal.  Robert Biale has […]

96 Point Petite Sirah – 4 barrels produced, Only 5 cases allocated!

Alta Colina is slowly but surely becoming a real player in the “Rhone Ranger” field.  Since the 1970’s, Bob Tillman has looked for the site where he could plant a world-class vineyard. He didn’t find that property until he moved to the Central Coast of California and tasted Paso Robles wines. Finally, he and his wife […]