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Grace Town Petite Sirah
Grace Town
United States - California - Lodi

The Lodi Appellation has a classic Mediterranean climate, featuring warm days and cool evenings. Situated 100 miles directly east of the San Francisco Bay, at the edge of the San Joaquin/Sacramento River Delta, cool delta breezes provide the region with reliable, natural air conditioning throughout the growing season. This perfect climate allows one to consistently craft a diverse set of delicious, full-flavored wines that display a refreshing natural acidity.

Petite Sirah, aka Durif, is French in origin and originally a seeding cross of Syrah and Peloursin, which yields wines that are dark, rich and bold. Grace Town Petite Sirah is dark in color with prunes, cherries, vanilla, long flavors. A complex red wine that complements a variety of dishes.

Specifications
Appellation
Lodi
Wine Type
Red
Varietal(s)
90% Petite Sirah, 10% Zinfandel
Age of vines
10-15 years Petite Sirah, 20-30 years Zinfandel
Agricultural Practices
Sustainable
Soil type
oak savannah with older soils - sandy loam
Vinification
Aged 3-4 months in new French oak
Production
500 (9-liter cases)
Pairings

Barbecued meats, spicy chili, grilled mushroom and eggplant, aged Gouda.

Producer Information: Grace Town

Grace Town is a special project by Fran Kysela and Kysela Pere et Fils, highlighting impressive terroirs and fruit-driven wines. The project currently features a Chardonnay from Australia’s famed Margaret ...
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