This last week, one of the favorite wines consumed at the dinner table was a 2008 Petite Sirah from Peoples Wine Revolution. This wine was just as the PWR motto would suggest. Ruling class wine at working class prices. This of course is exactly what WW wines are meant to be and this one did not disappoint. While enjoying the wine, this is what was discovered; there were notes of dark purple and black fruits like black cherry, blackberry, plum with undertones of coffee, dark chocolate and vanilla. Nice balance, good acidity and nice concentration. It went beautifully with the Italian sausage and mushroom spaghetti sauce and whole wheat linguine noodles. A great drop and rated a 6-7 and ****.
Go by and check out the PWR website and get some of their wine for yourselves.
2008 Bea's Knees Petite Sirah El Dorado County, California Our 2008 “Bea's Knees” is a blend of Petite Sirah (86%) and Zinfandel (14%) from the Sierra Foothills, a region unlike any other in California due to its elevation and granitic soils. Petite Sirah and Zinfandel are two of the varieties that excel in these hills.
Happy Tasting Adventures,
Kiwi & Koala
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