Our next Insider Deal offers big-time taste at an everyday price, the PWR People’s Wine Revolution Bea’s Knees Petite Sirah.
Sample submitted for review. The People’s Wine Revolution Petite Sirah has an SRP of $18. Through today’s Insider Deal, Reverse Wine Snob readers can pick up 3 bottles for just $37.99 ($12.66 per bottle) plus only $5 for shipping.
We’re delighted to bring you our third Insider Deal today! If you haven’t caught one of limited-time deals before you’re in for a treat. As always we’ve partnered with Wine Country Connect, the folks behind Wine.Woot, to bring you exclusive, winery direct offers on our favorite wines.
We started with with a red blend that holds a spot on our current Top 10 reds list and then for our second deal we went with a Bulk Buy rated Napa Valley Pinot Grigio. Today we turn to one of our absolute favorite varieties — Petite Sirah!
Sale ends Friday March 15 at noon (PST). Shipping is only $5!
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From the winery:
Redolent of blackberries and dark chocolate, this wine is juicy and lush on the palate with a huge structure that will keep it tasting great for days on your counter (if you can stay away from it), and for decades in your cellar. We harvested 5 tons on September 23 at 25.8 Brix, pH 3.65 and 6.0 g/L titratable acidity. The wine matured in neutral barrels for 20 months. The finished wine is 14.7 % alcohol, 5.9 g/L titratable acidity and has a pH of 3.75.
The Suisun Valley, just a few miles from Napa Valley, is a magical spot for Petite Sirah and the 2014 People's Wine Revolution Bea's Knees Petite Sirah shows it off nicely. It begins with very pleasing aromas of black cherry, blackberry, spiced plum and licorice. The wine tastes moderately tannic and totally delicious with lots of deep and dense dark fruit flavors along with nice touches of baking spice, pepper and more licorice. Add in a smooth and serious mouthfeel and this is a great one not only for the Petite Sirah lovers, but for any serious red wine fan. It ends with a dry, long, lightly chewy, lip-puckering finish.