Peterson Winery

2010 Vignobles blend

Red Blend

California: Sonoma County: Dry Creek Valley

Offer Expired:Jan 08, 2014 at 11:59 pm
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Mission Briefing


They just get it so right

Wow and wow! Today’s wine really took us by storm and we are offering it to you with our boldest recommendation. Please do not miss out on this rich, luscious and perfectly-balanced wine from our good friends at Peterson Winery.

Today’s Peterson 2010 Dry Creek Valley Vignobles red blend is a stunningly superb wine. It is incredibly well-balanced, with deep, dark fruit flavors that play beautifully against earthy bramble, tobacco and subtle sweet spice. On the nose, the wine is generous and full, encouraging deep inhalations before lifting glass to lips.

This wine is a unique blend of Petite Sirah (54%), Carignane (27%), Syrah (10%) and Zinfandel (9%). It is flavor-packed, elegant, aromatic and oh so delicious. And such a tremendous value.

In case you could not tell, we are completely smitten with this incredible contemporary American field blend from one of our very favorite producers. Please don’t miss out.

Tasting Profile


Dark magenta, with a slightly murky heart of dark garnet. After one swirls the wine, it coats the glass with a viscous wall of magenta.


Concentrated and lush with earth and fruit presenting in wonderful juxtaposition with grilled plum, baked blackberry, smoky cherry, dark raspberry and wild strawberry.


As on the nose, dark flavors balance against earthen flavors. Blackberry, black currant, jammy raspberry and braised fig play beautifully with earthy dried fall leaves, subtle sweet wood, mild sweet spice and sweet tobacco leaf.


Perfectly balanced, with an exceedingly long, soft and elegant finish. Soft tannins provide an elegant structure.


This wine begs to be enjoyed with a three cheese mushroom ravioli with a Bolognese sauce.

What the Winery Says

Jamie Peterson
Dry Creek Valley, Sonoma County, California
Fruit Composition
54% Petite Sirah, 27% Carignane, 10% Syrah, 9% Zinfandel
Aged 21 months in French, American, and Hungarian barrels (40% new)

About the Winery

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