Concannon Petite Sirahs Shine

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2008 RESERVE PETITE SIRAH, POLO FIELD VINEYARD

The 2008 Polo Field Vineyard Petite Sirah, Reserve is a smooth, intricate wine with blackberry pie and currant aromas on the nose lead to a hint of leather. Pair with rich fudge cake.

$36.00/Bottle, SRP

Subtotal:  $0.00

Wine Profile:

Vintage:
2008

Wine Type:
Red Wine

Varietal:
Petite Sirah

Appellation:
Livermore Valley

Acid:
0.62 g/100ml

PH:
3.62

Residual Sugar:
0.03 g/100ml

Alcohol %:
14.6

Tasting Notes:

The 2008 Polo Field Vineyard Petite Sirah, Reserve is an intricate, finely structured wine. Blackberry pie and currant aromas on the nose lead to a hint of leather in the background. The finish is silky, smoky, and long which will only get smoother as the wine matures over time. While ready to drink now, this wine is age-worthy and can be held for upwards of five years.

Awards:

Gold, Best of Class, California State Fair 2012 Gold, Pacific Rim Wine Competition 2012

Vineyard Notes:

In honor of the 50th anniversary of Petite Sirah, Concannon’s winemaking team has crafted this excellently structured wine from a single vineyard block that’s known for producing wine with concentrated flavors and rich, supple tannins. Reminiscent of sunny afternoons watching a polo game, this elegant wine has a complex palate of blackberry pie and leather that will stand the test of time.

Food Pairing:

Filet mignon with a béarnaise sauce or rich fudge cake.

Production:

260 cases

Absolutely outstanding and tastes much more expensive than it’s price. Would love to taste it in 3 years. Rich, but not overpowering.


2008 CONSERVANCY PETITE SIRAH

The 2008 Petite Sirah, Conservancy exhibits a rich nose of fresh blackberries, cassis and has a flavorful palate of cherries, plums and mocha. Subtle notes of cedar, cocoa and earth tone lead to a smooth, silky finish. Pair with barbecued chicken.

$18.00/Bottle

Subtotal:  $0.00

Wine Profile:

Vintage:
2008

 

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Disclosure

Wine Type:
Red Wine

Varietal:
Petite Sirah

Appellation:
Livermore Valley

Acid:
0.58g/100ml

PH:
3.62

Residual Sugar:
0.10g/100ml

Alcohol %:
13.5

Tasting Notes:

The 2008 Petite Sirah, Conservancy has fantastic depth and character. It exhibits a rich nose of fresh berry fruit, and the flavorful palate shows blackberries, chocolate, mocha and plums. Subtle notes of molasses, cedarwood, and ripe mulberries are complemented by soft, creamy oak tones and a smooth, silky finish.

Awards:

Silver, San Francisco Chronicle Wine Competition 2012

Vineyard Notes:

Conservancy wines help protect precious California vineyard land from urban development, as all Conservancy winegrowers have placed their land into a legal trust that protects against development forever. The Conservancy wines preserve not only the land but a simpler way of life for future generations.

Food Pairing:

Barbecued chicken or your favorite lamb.


2010 SELECTED VINEYARDS PETITE SIRAH

The 2010 Petite Sirah, Selected Vineyards contains aromas of plum, blackberry and black cherry with subtle notes of chocolate and molasses. Pair with teriyaki beef with a side of steamed white rice.

$10.00/Bottle

Subtotal:  $0.00

Wine Profile:

Vintage:
2010

Wine Type:
Red Wine

Varietal:
Petite Sirah

Appellation:
Central Coast

Acid:
0.74 g/100ml

PH:
3.68

Alcohol %:
13.5%

Tasting Notes:

The 2010 Petite Sirah, Selected Vineyards has fantastic depth. It exhibits aromas of plum, blackberry and black cherry on the nose. Subtle notes of chocolate and molasses are complemented by carefully structured tannins and a lively finish.

Vineyard Notes:

Selected Vineyards wines are well-loved varieties from select Central Coast vineyards and represent remarkable value. California’s Central Coast offers unmatched blending diversity from its multitude of microclimates. Cool region grapes contribute distinctive fresh fruit nuances and warm region grapes add depth of flavor and complexity. These highly acclaimed wines take no shortcuts and are easily worth twice their modest price.

Food Pairing:

Teriyaki beef with a side of steamed white rice.

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