Petite Sirah

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Two Jakes 2013 Petite Sirah 12 Pack
Two Jakes 2013 Petite Sirah 12 PackAvailable

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Two Jakes 2013 Petite Sirah 4 Pack
Two Jakes 2013 Petite Sirah 4 PackNose: Fruity and floral with a hint of leather and mushrooms. Taste: Long grippy tannins, with hints of chocolate bitterness, medium acidity with a bit of the alcohol burn and a lingering finish. Well balanced, delicious, and easy to drink.$120.00 $59.96Available

2010 Petite Sirah (Two Jakes)
2010 Petite Sirah (Two Jakes)

This wine is so amazing that sometimes we think we should just grow nothing but Petite Sirah. Although the wine has incredible color and density, the texture is surprisingly soft, round and feminine.

Altitude is good for this variety, which does not fare well in fog, as its thin skin and tightly packed clusters make it prone to rot. In many mountain sites, bright sunlight and water stress lead to extremely hardness, but our cooling afternoon “lake effect” develop and preserve an intense blueberry aroma and prevents field oxidation of anthocyanins, preserving an intense “Purple Haze” appearance.

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2010 Petite Sirah (Diamond Ridge)
2010 Petite Sirah (Diamond Ridge)

This wine is so amazing that sometimes we think we should just grow nothing but Petite Sirah. Although the wine has incredible color and density, the texture is surprisingly soft, round and feminine.

Altitude is good for this variety, which does not fare well in fog, as its thin skin and tightly packed clusters make it prone to rot. In many mountain sites, bright sunlight and water stress lead to extremely hardness, but our cooling afternoon “lake effect” develop and preserve an intense blueberry aroma and prevents field oxidation of anthocyanins, preserving an intense “Purple Haze” appearance.

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2012 Petite Sirah (Two Jakes)
2012 Petite Sirah (Two Jakes)

This wine is so amazing that sometimes we think we should just grow nothing but Petite Sirah. Although the wine has incredible color and density, the texture is surprisingly soft, round and feminine.

Altitude is good for this variety, which does not fare well in fog, as its thin skin and tightly packed clusters make it prone to rot. In many mountain sites, bright sunlight and water stress lead to extremely hardness, but our cooling afternoon “lake effect” develop and preserve an intense blueberry aroma and prevents field oxidation of anthocyanins, preserving an intense “Purple Haze” appearance.

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Watch video about this wine

$30.00Available