Mission Codename Beast of a Feast
Well, it’s another Peterson day, and you know what that means. Another amazing wine, from an amazing winemaker, at an amazing price.
Hands down, today’s 2011 Dry Creek Valley Petite Sirah is one of the finest Petites we’ve tasted. While many expressions of the varietal can be a bit too brash and bold, today’s is almost impossibly soft. That’s not to say this isn’t a beast of a wine, but that it’s been crafted in a very elegant and restrained manner, which highlights just how flavorful the varietal can be.
Today’s offer is certain to sell out, with quite a few Agents looking to grab a case or two of today’s wine. Act fast or you’ll miss this double golden opportunity.
What the Winery Says
2011 Dry Creek Valley Petite Sirah
- Jamie Peterson
- Double Gold Medal - Sonoma County Harvest Fair
- Dry Creek Valley
- Fruit Variety
- 84% Petite Sirah (50% Bradford Mtn. Vineyard, 34% Clendenen Vineyard), 8% Grenache (Bradford Mtn. Vineyard), 8% Carignane (Bradford Mtn. Vineyard)
- Barrel Aging
- 21 months in American oak, 50% new
- Production Notes
- 150 Cases Produced