PEIRANO ESTATE PETITE SIRAH PLACES IN ‘TOP TEN’ IN NEW YORK TIMES TASTING
Lodi, Ca - - - for immediate release - - - Peirano Estate Vineyards, one of the Lodi Appellation’s top producers of grapes and wine, had their Heritage Collection Petite Sirah included in the ‘Top Ten’ of a Petite Sirah tasting recently published by the New York Times. The panel, coordinated by Eric Asimov for his ‘Wines of the Times’ column, also included Mark Golodetz, a contributing editor to Wine Enthusiast Magazine.
The panel tasted a wide price range of Petites, from $11 to $79 a bottle, with the Peirano Estate being on of the best bargains at only $14. As a whole, the panel found the top ten wines to be well balanced, not just with regard to fruit and tannin, but restrained alcohol levels as well. The Peirano Estate Petite Sirah was chosen for its balance, as well as “…a lot of fruit with some intriguing flavors.” to quote from the piece.
The high quality of the estate grown fruit, as well as careful winemaking practices, are the hallmark of the Peirano Estate Petite Sirah, and their entire line of award-winning wines. For more information on Peirano Estate, contact them through their website at www.peirano.com, or by phone at 209-369-9463.