Peterson Winery

2011 Dry Creek Valley Vignobles Red Blend

Red Blend

California: Sonoma County: Dry Creek Valley

Offer Expired:Sep 19, 2014 at 11:59 pm
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What more can we say - Jamie Peterson has done it again!

Today’s Peterson Winery 2011 Dry Creek Valley Vignobles Red Blend is a beautifully delicious wine that took our tasting panel by storm. We always know we’re in for a treat when we open a Peterson Wine, and today’s offering most certainly did not disappoint! Today’s wine is deeply layered, with a rich complexity that begs you to take it slow with this gem. The more time you spend with today’s wine, the more you’ll discover.

Please enjoy our deepest recommendation on Peterson’s latest delicious offering.

Tasting Profile


Deep sanguine hued in the glass, with flecks of inky, dark magenta.


Beautifully aromatic, with ripe dark berries and juicy blueberry laid overtop soft Provençal herbs, toasty oak, vanilla bean, white peppercorn, tobacco leaf, and dried fallen leaves.


A little bit of Southern France dropped in the Dry Creek Valley, with complex notes of fruit, earth, and spice. A clear note of gravelly minerals is also present, adding another flavor dynamic to today’s wine.


Incredibly soft and oh-so delectable, we guarantee you’ll love this wine. The lingering finish has fine tannins and robust structure, with a slight note of dried cherry that lingers on the tip of the tongue.


Pork chops, prepared with a dry rub of paprika, chili powder, and garlic, then grilled to perfection.

What the Winery Says

Jamie Peterson
Dry Creek Valley
Fruit Variety
38% Carignane (Forchini Vineyard), 25% Petite Sirah (13% Bernier Vineyard/12% Clendenen Vineyard), 25% Zinfandel (Bradford Mtn. Vineyard), 12% Syrah (Gravity Flow Block Bradford Mtn. Vineyard)
Barrel Aging
21 months in 49% new oak barrels (25% American,12% French & 12% Hungarian)
Production Notes
200 Cases Produced

About the Winery

Offer Expired:Sep 19, 2014 at 11:59 pm
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