Mutt Lynch “Man’s Best Friend” MBF Petite Sirah 2016
If you're not familiar with Petite Sirah, there is nothing petite (small) about it. The grape produces rich, complex and age-worthy wines that are dense in character and color. The 2013 Reserve “mbf” Petite Sirah exhibits these qualities. Produced from the Perotti Vineyard in Dry Creek Valley, this wine exhibits flavors of dark plums, dried herbs, licorice and pepper spice. Delicious!
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Vina Robles The Arborist 2019, Paso Robles$24.00
A caretaker of trees, The Arborist pays homage to the iconic Paso Robles oaks.
This estate blend is made mainly of varieties grown in our Huerhuero Vineyard, located directly behind the winery in the rolling hills of Paso Robles. Here, warm afternoons and cool evening breezes shepherd the grapes to perfect ripeness.
The wine was aged in both small and large format French, Hungarian and American oak barrels for 18 months in order to add complexity while enhancing a soft, velvety finish. This fruitforward wine is a natural go-to for just about any meal.
Starting off in the glass with a lovely dark garnet color, you’ll love the aromas of Cherries and plum with hints of spice, fine tobacco and chocolate. The Vina Robles Arborist 2019 is medium bodied with dark stone fruit, fleshy textured tannins into the finish. 41% Syrah, 35% Petite Sirah, 12% Grenache, 12% Tannat.
Through a partnership with One Tree Planted, Vna Robles plants one tree for every bottle of The Arborist sold.
94 Points – Wine Enthusiast
Opolo Petite Sirah 2018, Paso Robles$36.00
Opolo’s estate vineyards were established from 1994-1996, with sites on both the west and east side of Paso Robles. The topographically diverse, coastal landscape of the westside vineyards provides for an intense and unique flavor profile. The heat and dryness of the east side vineyard make it an ideal microclimate for growing Bordeaux varietals. Home to a wide range of varietals, the estate vineyards help allow the team at Opolo to create many unique single varietals as well as award winning blends. The Opolo Petite Sirah 2018 has a beautiful dark ink color at first glance, framed with nutmeg and smoked meats on the nose, followed by baked blueberries, ripe plum, coffee and mocha. Leading into its full bodied finish of firm tannins with blackberry and savory cinnamon spice. Drink now, cellar for 3-7 years.
Andrew Murray Tous les Jours Syrah 2018$23.00
The Syrah Tous les Jours has become synonymous with Great Value. It has also garnered some incredible critical success in publications such as The Wine Spectator, Wine Enthusast, Food and Wine Magazine, Robert Parker, Jr., etc. The 2017 vintage is remarkably dark and full-bodied, and yet it has such gentle tannins. It is truly a pleasure to drink, especially at the price. Lots of fruit and spices here…no need to wax poetic about this one as it tastes just plain yummy.
We feel the wine makes an ideal “House Wine” the wine you open just for the heck of it, or just to pour a single glass, the rest to be enjoyed later. And at this price, why not? However, we do not skimp on the winemaking for this wine. We start with great grapes from Paso Robles and the Santa Ynez Valley and use the different climates to create a wine that is both fruity and spicy at the same time. Andrew Murray uses his experiences with both New World and Old World style winemaking to make the most drinkable Syrah imaginable.