A delicious sum of its many parts, this deep red has Petite Sirah, Merlot and Syrah from Lodi, Clarksburg and Contra Costa. There’s Zinfandel, Mourvèdre, Tempranillo and Carignan also in the mix. Enjoy a huge breadth of flavour, plus elegance too.
"Low yields in the vineyards gave us the tools to make concentrated wines with rich, complex nuances"
Greg Kitchens Winemaker
Pioneer California winemakers the Sebastianis opened their winery in Sonoma over a hundred years ago, making their first 500 gallons of wine back in 1904. “The sum of strong parts is a strong wine!” says Donny Sebastiani, now in charge at Don Sebastiani and Sons, and that’s never truer than with this inspired blend, combining seven powerful grapes. Lead varietal Petite Sirah brings ripe cherry nuances from warm climate Lodi and elegance from cool climate Clarksburg. Syrah from Contra Costa County adds wild notes of white pepper and black fruit, while Zinfandel from Sonoma offers juicy softness. Merlot, Mourvèdre, Tempranillo and Carignan bring enough cherry, raspberry fruit to pair this red with rich lasagne or steak and roasted vegetables.
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