PETITE SIRAH

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    Wine scores: This was one of my very first stories on my wine blog… It was written on February 5, 2006. And, it was a very daring move for the time, because I knew it could enrage a few peopl...

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    Mike Dunn on Petite Sirah

    Mike Dunn on Petite Sirah On my recent trip to Napa Valley for the 19th annual Taste of Howell Mountain I had a chance to visit Dunn ...

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      Fifty Shades of Grey – 2011 Red Satin

      Gabe's View - - 1 readers - I’ve had a long-standing penchant for Petite Sirah. It’s a grape that fascinates me and I can’t recall every turning down an opportunity to taste one in any setting. Whether I’m in a tasting room, a wine event, or at someone’s...

      A Tiny Peek at Australia’s Wine Diversity

      Gabe's View - - 1 readers - Australia is a huge wine producing country whose depth is apparent in both the assortment of varietals they can grow well as well as the styles they’re made in. For years our shores were inundated with mostly lower end Austral...

      Ironstone Vineyards – A Wine for Every Taste Bud

      Gabe's View - - 1 readers - My Latest Story for Bullz-eye.com: The Kautz family has been farming grapes in California for more than 65 years. With more than 5,000 acres under vine, they’re one of the largest growers in the state. In addition to selling...

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      10 Best Petite Sirah Wines to Buy Now + 5 Surprising Facts about Petite Sirah

      … There’s nothing petite about Petite Sirah. The robust red grape is also known as Durif and is mostly grown in Australia and California to produce full-bodied red wines. You’ll find my Top 10 Petite Sirah reviews and ratings here. 5 Surprising Facts about Petite Sirah: 1. Petite Sirah it should not be mistakenly spelled as Petite Syrah…

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      Mike Dunn on Petite Sirah

      …Mike Dunn on Petite Sirah On my recent trip to Napa Valley for the 19th annual Taste of Howell Mountain I had a chance to visit Dunn Vineyards and Retro Cellars up on Howell Mountain.  After a tour of the vineyard and cave led by Kara Dunn I got to sit down and try out […]…

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      Wine scores and reviews: those who write them and those who need them

      … Wine scores: This was one of my very first stories on my wine blog… It was written on February 5, 2006. And, it was a very daring move for the time, because I knew it could enrage a few people. I wrote it, because I was so frustrated with salespeople who wanted to just take […] The post Wine scores and reviews: those who write them and those…

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      Ironstone Vineyards – A Wine for Every Taste Bud

      … My Latest Story for Bullz-eye.com: The Kautz family has been farming grapes in California for more than 65 years. With more than 5,000 acres under vine, they’re one of the largest growers in the state. In addition to selling fruit, for more than 25 of those years they have also been making their own wine. Ironstone Vineyards is located…

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      Angel Vine Wine

      … Angel Vine is an Oregon winery specializing in Washington Zinfandel and Primitivo, and to a lesser extent, Petite Sirah. The wine is made by Ed Fus in one of our favorite places in Oregon wine country, Carlton, but the grapes come from Washington state: Walla Walla Valley, Horse Heaven Hills and Wahluke Slope. A year ago, we tasted pours…

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      A Tiny Peek at Australia’s Wine Diversity

      … Australia is a huge wine producing country whose depth is apparent in both the assortment of varietals they can grow well as well as the styles they’re made in. For years our shores were inundated with mostly lower end Australian wines, often in the form of overripe Shiraz. As a result, the bounty from Australia is significantly broader than a lot…

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      Fifty Shades of Grey – 2011 Red Satin

      … I’ve had a long-standing penchant for Petite Sirah. It’s a grape that fascinates me and I can’t recall every turning down an opportunity to taste one in any setting. Whether I’m in a tasting room, a wine event, or at someone’s home when I hear the words Petite Sirah, I say “yes.” So when the opportunity presented itself to sample a wine composed…

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