Husband and wife team Matt Reid and Marcy Webb conceived The People’s Wine Revolution to bring great wines to all at reasonable prices. Their goal is to make wines every bit as good as those as some of the best estates in California, but at a fraction of the prices… “Ruling class wines at working class prices!” is their motto. What they deliver is sheer pleasure! This cracking Petite Sirah is named after daughter Beatrice. A nose of blackberry compote, cherry and spice is followed up with an expansive palate that finishes on a touch of soy sauce and damson plum. Though it is a moderately concentrated wine, it is still welcoming.
Robin says "Petite Sirah can almost be considered as one of California's proprietary grapes (alongside Australia who call it Durif, its original French name). This delicious wine comes from Suisun Valley, a small lesser known AVA that lies just outside of eastern Napa."