The Petite Sirah grape originates from France (where else?) in the late 1800’s. The vines produce a small grape with a thick skin. It was created by crossing the Syrah and Peloursin Grapes with the intent of producing a disease resistant grape. Farmer’s at the time were having trouble protecting their harvest from disease. The…
Month: June 2019
Brewmaster Interview White Oak Brewing
Good beer makes people happy
Opolo Vineyards Petite Sirah 2011
Opolo makes a great Petite Sirah
Abbadia Ardenga Brunello Riserva
A beautiful wine from beautiful rolling hills
Weller 12 Year Bourbon
Silky smooth and soft as can be
Destihl: Interview with Matt Potts
A rising tide raises all ships
2017 McManis Cabernet Sauvignon
This wine is a nice surprise and a great value.
East meets west in taste, palate and, and style.