Tower 15, 2019 Petite Sirah

About The Wine

Our Tower 15, 2019 Petit Sirah spotlights a full-bodied, high in tannin and acidity age-worthy wine with a handsome inky purple appearance. The grapes for this small bottling are sourced from Texas Road Vineyard in the San Marcos District of Paso Robles where a warm growing season helps this grape reach ideal ripeness. This wine was hand picked and immediately destemmed upon arrival. After 5 days of cold soaking with intermittent punch-downs and pump-overs, our fermentation process began. Over the course of its fermentation we punched-down the wine daily. When fermentation completed, we drained and pressed into 25% new French oak and 75% neutral French oak barrels where the wine barrel-aged for 540 days before bottling.

The AVA

The San Miguel District of Paso Robles is the northwestern-most American Viticultural Area of the 11 AVAs of Paso Robles. Its northern boundary is the county line between Monterey and San Luis Obispo.

Winemaker Notes

Quite dark in the glass, this bottling starts with aromas of cassis, concentrated wisteria and a hint of fudge on the nose. The palate is big and bold with black-cherry, acai, and caramel flavors, all cut by strong acidity.

Tower 15, 2019 Petite Sirah

$38.00
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About The Wine

Our Tower 15, 2019 Petit Sirah spotlights a full-bodied, high in tannin and acidity age-worthy wine with a handsome inky purple appearance. The grapes for this small bottling are sourced from Texas Road Vineyard in the San Marcos District of Paso Robles where a warm growing season helps this grape reach ideal ripeness. This wine was hand picked and immediately destemmed upon arrival. After 5 days of cold soaking with intermittent punch-downs and pump-overs, our fermentation process began. Over the course of its fermentation we punched-down the wine daily. When fermentation completed, we drained and pressed into 25% new French oak and 75% neutral French oak barrels where the wine barrel-aged for 540 days before bottling.

The AVA

The San Miguel District of Paso Robles is the northwestern-most American Viticultural Area of the 11 AVAs of Paso Robles. Its northern boundary is the county line between Monterey and San Luis Obispo.

Winemaker Notes

Quite dark in the glass, this bottling starts with aromas of cassis, concentrated wisteria and a hint of fudge on the nose. The palate is big and bold with black-cherry, acai, and caramel flavors, all cut by strong acidity.
$38.00
Club: $30.40
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