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Harney Lane Petite Sirah Lodi 2010

Editorial Review by Gregory Dal Piaz:

Dark and inky on the nose which is full of powerful tree bark, spice and peppery aromas. A touch soft in the mouth with a broad, chewy, expansive mouthfeel packed with muscular black fruit. This is chewy but not heavy, and it finishes with length and power with lots of coffee bean and spice framed wild blueberry and blackberry fruit. 92pts

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Varietal: Petite Sirah
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Harney Lane Winery:
Love. Laughter. Family. These are the three main ingredients we pour into every bottle of Harney Lane wine. Blended with delicious estate grown fruit, we meticulously produce small lots of handcrafted wines that bring out the best flavors Lodi Wine Country has to offer. In 1907, long before it was fashionable to go wine tasting, our ancestors planted their first vineyard just east of Lodi, alon... Read more
Love. Laughter. Family. These are the three main ingredients we pour into every bottle of Harney Lane wine. Blended with delicious estate grown fruit, we meticulously produce small lots of handcrafted wines that bring out the best flavors Lodi Wine Country has to offer. In 1907, long before it was fashionable to go wine tasting, our ancestors planted their first vineyard just east of Lodi, along rural Harney Lane. In time the family home was built, which would bear witness to the lives of five generations of grape growers intent on perfecting their farming skills. Our family philosophy: Whatever you choose to do in life, do it to the best of your ability. For generations, that's how we've treated farming, and now, that's how we develop our wines. Read less

Editorial Reviews for Harney Lane Petite Sirah Lodi

Snooth User: Gregory Dal Piaz
89065218,489
0.00 5
06/07/2013

Dark and inky on the nose which is full of powerful tree bark, spice and peppery aromas. A touch soft in the mouth with a broad, chewy, expansive mouthfeel packed with muscular black fruit. This is chewy but not heavy, and it finishes with length and power with lots of coffee bean and spice framed wild blueberry and blackberry fruit. 92pts



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