Lambert Bridge Dry Creek Valley Winery Ranch Petite Sirah 2009

Member Review by anchca:

Initial heat on the nose blows off pretty quickly. Deep, dark and inky. Blackberries, spice, wild berries and a hint of toasted pastry (pie crust?) on the nose. Pomegranate and a long finish. Nice layers.

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Lambert Bridge Winery:
At Lambert Bridge, we strive for greater satisfaction than simply producing award-winning wines. Our true gratification comes from the pleasure of our guests in experiencing the lifestyle to which we ourselves aspire: great wine served with great food shared by great friends. As a small family-owned operation, our abiding passion is to craft small lots of artisanal Bordeaux blends and varietals... Read more
At Lambert Bridge, we strive for greater satisfaction than simply producing award-winning wines. Our true gratification comes from the pleasure of our guests in experiencing the lifestyle to which we ourselves aspire: great wine served with great food shared by great friends. As a small family-owned operation, our abiding passion is to craft small lots of artisanal Bordeaux blends and varietals, each reflecting an identity which is individual, distinguished and consistent, vintage to vintage. Read less

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Snooth User: anchca
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12/22/2013

Initial heat on the nose blows off pretty quickly. Deep, dark and inky. Blackberries, spice, wild berries and a hint of toasted pastry (pie crust?) on the nose. Pomegranate and a long finish. Nice layers.




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