A Tasting of Petite Sirahs (My Home): Bought on release, I drank a bunch of these and prior vintages. This was the last one as I decided the wine had dropped in quality and escalated in price with its surge of popularity. All but this were drunk in the first year, but I held on to this for fun. Light gold in color. On the nose, these is some honey notes, a bit of tropical fruit, some minerals and a slight waxy note. On the palate, it tastes fresh although nowhere near what it was like on release. Much more like a Sancerre. It has a nice complexity although turns a slight bitter at the finish. Pretty surprising showing for this wine.
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