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Michael-David Winery Petite Petit Named Varietal Blends-Red 2010 Wine Review

Michael-David Winery Petite Petit Named Varietal Blends-Red 2010

Michael-David Winery Petite Petit Named Varietal Blends-Red 2010

Lodi, California, United States

Community Score: 89/100

Community Reviews: 4

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Price: $24.95

Drink: 2013-2015

Bottle size: 750 ml

Alcohol: 14.5%

Sweetness: Extra Dry

Wine Type: Red Wine

Winery: Michael-David Winery

Agent: Churchill Cellars Ltd.

Natalie's Score: 87/100

Full-bodied, mocha and dark chocolate with black fruit.

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This Michael-David Winery Petite Petit Named Varietal Blends-Red 2010 was reviewed on August 31, 2013 by

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Reviews and Ratings

Andrew Bernardo Wine Journal rated this wine as 91/100 with the following review:

This wine has come into its own over the last 6 months. A brooding wine, featuring dark chocolate, blackberry, macerated black plum, vanilla, melted black licorice, kenya AA coffee, fig paste, and steeped flowers. 91 points. (ottawawinejournal.com)
Michelle Williams rated this wine as 89/100 with the following review:

This is a huge wine. Dark garnet in color with a bouquet is dark fruit, plum and dark cherry with a smoky spice. The taste is bold, even chewy ripe with dark fruit, smoky and a slight spice. This is a meaty wine that was fun to drink. I paired it with lamb meatballs, the lamb and wine were a perfect harmony with each other! This wine would also be great with bbq, Moroccan spices and beef. It consists of 85% Petite Sirah and 15% Petit Verdot. If you like big, bold red, this one is for you!
A glass-staining deep purple. The nose offers notes of rich black fruits, hickory and a touch of smoky spice. Ripe tannins are nicely interwoven with excellent acidity and intense, juicy and mouth-filling fruit. Powerful, complex and delicious, just like the elephants on the label. The long flavourful finish ends with a splash of fresh black cherry. Source: Vintages Wine Panel, July 2013

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