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Pedernales Cellars

2018 Farmhouse Vineyards Petite Sirah
2018 Farmhouse Vineyards Petite Sirah
Signature Series

This wine will be featured at the Texas Fine Wine Talk & Taste virtual event on April 14, 2022.

Though this wine has not been released, for a limited time we are opening this wine up for sale to those who plan to join us at the Talk & Taste event.  Have questions?  Please do not hesitate to reach out to us at 830-644-8186.  Cheers!


No additional discounts apply. All shipping orders will go out Wednesday, April 6, 2022.
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This pre-release sale was only available until April 3, 2022. Please call the wine club and shipping office for more information 830-644-8186

Wine Specs

Wine Specs
Petite Sirah
Texas High Plains
Vineyard Designation
Farmhouse Vineyards
TA: 6.54
18 months in second use American oak barrels
Bins with manual punch downs
Alcohol %

Wine Profile

Wine Profile
Tasting Notes
The bouquet on this wine is rich with notes of ripe blackberries, blueberries, violets, white pepper and bramble. On the palate rich dark fruit dominates with a velvety mouthfeel and luscious tannins.
Vineyard Notes
Elevation: 3300 ft. Soil Type: Red Sandy Loam over Caliche
Winemaker Notes
"We have been contracting fruit from Farmhouse Vineyards for a number of years, although it is a more recent planting in the last 7 years or so. We have found we consistently love the Petite Sirah coming out of this site. It is velvety and smooth, with lovely blueberry cobbler notes and it is a dream in new oak or neutral. We often find ourselves blending with this lot, as a little bit can do a lot to round the mouthfeel of a blend. We felt it was time this vintage to showcase what Petite Sirah can be on it’s own, and share with you the joy we feel each time we get to sample it ourselves." - Joanna Wilczoch, Winemaker
Food Pairing Notes
Red meats, particularly lamb. Goat cheeses and stilton would be lovely with this wine and it is equally as pleasant on it’s own.
50 cases
Other Notes
Cellar Recommendation: Drink now through 2032.