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Price: $39.95

2021 La Storia (Trentadue) Alexander Valley Petite Sirah
Price: $29.95

A rare bottling from Dunn Vineyards, this Petite Sirah is grown on the estate's 40-acre Park Muscatine vineyard which was purchased in 1991. The vines were planted in the 1950s, and the grapes were actually sold to Ridge vineyards in the 1980s, before the vineyard was acquired by Dunn. After producing this bottling for several years in the early 1990s, the Dunns sold the grapes Stag's Leap for a period of time. The Dunns now bottle these same Petite Sirah grapes under their own Retro Cellars label.
Price: $299.99

92 points Int'l Wine Cellar: "Good saturated medium ruby. Aromas of crushed black fruits and rare steak. Densely packed, sweet and chewy, with terrific depth of flavor; the note of bloody rare steak carries through in the mouth. This outsized wine finishes with big, chewy, youthfully tough tannins that need aging. As young as this is, it's easier to taste today than the Merlot as there's considerably more material here. (ST) 92+" (05/2009) 91 points Wine Advocate: "The blockbuster 2006 Petite Sirah Peterson Family Vineyard boast an inky/blue/purple col...
Price: $59.99

Price: $89.95

Robert Parker writes: "There is always a remarkable array of wines from Biale Vineyards. This family has been farming Zinfandel in Napa since 1937, and the wines consistently are among the highlights in my Zinfandel tastings." And, ""This great Zinfandel producer can also turn heads with its portfolio of brilliant Petite Sirahs."
Price: $52.95

90-92 points Jeb Dunnuck: "Smoky black fruits, earth, peppery herbs, and graphite all emerge from the 2020 Petite Sirah, another quality wine displaying the more linear, focused, firmer style of the vintage. The blend is 87% Petite Sirah and 13% Syrah, from a mix of vineyards, that will spend 22 months in 55% new French oak. " (09/2022)
Price: $42.95

Don't get distracted by the provocative photos on the Machete label- there's a serious Petit Sirah blend in the curvy bottle. From the winery: "A dark mauve core with a neon purple rim, the wine stains everything. Opening aromatics on the 2020 Machete are gorgeous immediately: ripe pluot, carne asada, new cowboy boots, lilacs, espresso bean and wet concrete. On the palate, layers upon layers reveal themselves, from a plum galette topped with fior di latte gelato to 85% cacao dark chocolate to barbequed tri-tip and sweet oak. Puckering tannins to finish, ...
Price: $49.95

Located in Chiles Canyon, Green & Red is named for the two predominant soil types that are infused with green serpentine and red iron. They've supplied fruit to other wine brands including Philip Togni, Turley, Ridge and Biale. The Petite Sirah comes from a two-acre block at 1,700 feet elevation. The winery says, " A deeply pigmented wine, it is layered with aromas of blackberry galette, dried clover, and sage. Soft, velvety tannins accompany refreshing acidity."
Price: $29.95

2018 All Saints "Estate" Durif (Peitit Sirah) Rutherglen
95 points James Halliday: "Destemmed fruit crushed into 7t vats for inoculated fermentation. Hand plunged 3 times a day, basket pressed then matured 22 months in 1–4yo French oak barriques. All Saints Estate sees the beauty and elegance in the durif grape – yes, it most definitely exists – and produces a style that can overcome any varietal prejudice. With forest-floor notes, wild berries, violets, top spice nuances and vanilla, it's an arresting introduction. Smooth palate, yet retains the grape's robust nature and power. Sensitive handling and winemaki...
Price: $19.99

Local chefs consult on this food friendly and full-bodied, powerful blend of Petite Sirah, Syrah, Grenache, Tannat, Vacaresse, Malbec, Mourvèdre, and Petit Verdot.
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Bid on this 8-bottle lot of 1992 Stags' Leap Winery Napa Valley Petite Sirah. Wine Spectator: "Chewy, earthy, spicy and distinctive with leathery, peppery notes. This is a small-scale wine with possibilities. " (09/1995)
Starting Bid: $200.00

Bid on this 4-bottle tasting lot; including 2-bottles of 1990 Stags' Leap Winery Napa Valley Petite Sirah and 2-bottles of 1994 Stags' Leap Winery Napa Valley Petite Sirah. Of the 1990 Stags' Leap Winery Napa Valley Petite Sirah, Wine Spectator writes: "Firm in texture, but not overly tannic; modest in flavor, flashing a bit of prune and chocolate on the finish. (HS)" (09/1994)
Starting Bid: $100.00

Bid on this 2-bottle lot of 2015 Carlisle Sonoma County Petite Sirah ((89-92RP)). Wine Advocate: "The 2015 Petite Sirah largely comes from the Rossi Ranch in Sonoma, but there is also some fruit included from the Palisades Vineyard in Napa. This is a blockbuster Petite Sirah. Inky opaque blue/black in color, notes of white flowers, blackberry and blueberry, creosote and charcoal are followed by a full-bodied, powerful wine with surprisingly lofty alcohol for Petite Sirah (15.5%). This is being aged in 50% new French oak and will be bottled unfined and unfiltered. If you love Petite Sirah, this is one to have. (RP)" (10/2016)
Current Bid: $40.00

Bid on this 2-bottle lot of 2013 Carlisle Sonoma County Petite Sirah (92WE, 91RP). Wine Enthusiast: "Three sources of fruit make their way into this wine: Petite Sirah from Sonoma Valley's Rossi Ranch and Del Carlo Ranch in Dry Creek Valley, as well as Syrah from Rosella's in the Santa Lucia Highlands. Together they offer leathery black licorice and a smooth, yet grippy texture, balanced by decent acidity and length, with a twist of milk chocolate. (VB)" (07/2016)
Current Bid: $40.00

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