Happy Bastille Day!
Bastille Day commemorates the Storming of the Bastille on July 14, 1789, and the unity of the French people at the Fête de la Fédération on July 14, 1790
Petite Sirah (“Peh-teet sear-ah”) (aka Durif or Petite Syrah) was first found growing in France in the mid-1800’s. It’s loved for its extraordinary deep color and full-bodied flavors of blueberry, chocolate, plums and black pepper. Despite its popularity, Petite Sirah is an exceptionally rare grape with less than 10,000 planted acres worldwide, growing mainly in California.
We would like to take this moment to highlight a very special wine that has everyone buzzing.
Our 2013 ANDIS Petite Sirah Received a 90pt score from the Wine Enthusiast.
This wine will not be released for quite some time. But you're in luck!
We are offering a limited time pre-release offering to help fill your racks and stock up your cellars.
Be the first to get your hands on this magnificent wine. Offer expires at 11:59.59 P.M.
2013 ANDIS Petite Sirah 90pts Wine Enthusiast