Grenache heavy blend with small amounts of Shiraz. Pronounced flavors of red cherry, strawberry, black plum, blackberry, hint of smokiness, and notes of black pepper and tobacco. Structured tannins and fresh acidity.
Aromas of blackberry, black pepper and licorice with subtle notes of roasted vanilla and spice. Opulent texture with savory berry and chocolate flavors. Full-bodied with balanced acidity and just a hint of velvety oak.
Approachable, and crowd-pleasing blend of 38% Cab Sav, 37% Merlot, 21% Syrah, and 4% Mourvèdre. Fruit forward with notes of tart red cherry, strawberry, light leather, and a hint of spice. Dry, with medium tannins.
The Petit Verdot (PV) grape’s origins in France date back to the 16th/17th century. The grape is believed to be the child of a grape called Balisca, which originated in Albania, and it was believed to have been brought to France by either the Romans or Greeks.
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