Blend – 85% Petite Sirah, 15% Syrah
Appellation – Wahluke Slope
VineyardStone Tree, Northridge

Wine Analysis
6.08 grams/L Total Acidity
3.84 pH
14.7% Alcohol

Techniques – Tank and bin fermented with gentle
pump overs and punch downs. 21-31 day maceration. Aged on fine lees and racked once before bottling.

Oak Program – Second fill Wisconsin oak and French
oak puncheon

Production – 6,000 bottles
Retail Price – $42
UPC – 856589001040

Current & Past Scores
2014 – 93 Points, Wine Advocate
2014 – 93 Points, International Wine Report
2013 – 90 Points, Wine Enthusiast
2013 – Top 50 Washington Wines of 2016, Seattle Times
2013- Double Gold, San Francisco Chronicle Wine Competition
2012 – 92 Points, Wine Advocate
2012 – Double Gold, San Francisco Chronicle Wine Competition

Winemaker’s Notes
You are welcome and encouraged to Stain your Teeth on this. We are not making any excuses for this big bad boy.  From the beginning it seemed to have a life force all its own. I told Corey he should have given the Petite Sirah a little direction. But, Nooo! He said the wine could find its own way through this cruel world. This wine Starts Big; Stays Big; Finishes Big. Drink now or until it’s gone.