Aromatic of blackberry pie, piping hot right out of the oven. Also sweet tobacco, crème brulee, followed by hints of dark chocolate covered coffee beans. The palate is as outrageous as the aromas but with a more expansive feeling to it. This wine truly shows off what Petite Sirah is about; big, dense, dark, flamboyant, and powerful with just a touch of finesse.
The hardiest of roasted meats, stews and any meat that walks on the wild side. Tastes great with a rare to mid-rare hamburger with the works. You’ll have to forget the calorie counting for this one.