Maggio Family Vineyards Lodi Petite Sirah 2011
With touches of fig, cocoa and licorice this wine has a very interesting and lingering finish. Since planting his first Zinfandel vine in 1954, Rudy Maggio and his partners, Don and Robert Reynolds have become the premier growers of Lodi’s renowned ancient vine Zinfandel. For four generations their families have provided elite California winemakers with superb varietal fruit. Now they proudly put their name on wines that reflect their long and uncompromising commitments to sustainable agriculture and winemaking excellence.
Very good for its price, or nearly any price for that matter. Serve with red meet.
A very pleasant petite sirah which is medium bodied but has a nice initial taste and good follow. A really good "bang for the buck."
A very earthy wine, with cinnamon notes. I really enjoyed it. It's a medium bodied Petite Sirah with a spicy almost pepper finish.
Smooth , nice flavor
Food Pairings for Maggio Family Vineyards Lodi Petite Sirah
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