2014 High Elevation Petite Sirah

This Petite Sirah is grown between 1,700-2,000 feet in elevation. We believe the added UV rays at higher elevations help the fruit ripen more evenly which leads to a more balanced and well-structured wine. Enjoy!

Tasting Notes

Harvested in September, this Petite Sirah exudes blackberry, blueberry and fresh plums with a hint of dried herbs. Black pepper, cedar, warm spices and toasty vanilla notes come out after aging this wine on a combination of French and America oak for 9 months.

Technical Data

Alcohol: 13.9%
Varietal: 100% Petite Sirah
Appellation: Lake County
Barrels: French & American Oak
Time in Barrels: 9 Months
Cases Produced: 6,700

Suggested Retail: $20

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