in 1989, Huntington
Wine Cellars is located in Healdsburg, California,
in the heart of Sonoma County.
sources grapes for their wines from
small lots of select varietal grapes from several
sources throughout California. Regions represented
include the Russian River Valley, Alexander Valley,
Napa Valley and Central Coast. The resulting wines
are complex in Huntington’s signature style: uniquely
identifiable, refined, elegant and
grape variety known as Petite Sirah in California
is indeed the same as the
French variety ‘Durif’, and is a descendant of the
true Syrah of the Rhone Valley.
variety has many fans among consumers for the deep
colored, robust and
ageworthy wines it produces. Petite Sirah is prized
for its dark, inky color and
intense tannin with flavor profiles that include
blueberry, pepper, blackberry
and black cherry.
this wine is first poured, the room fills with the
scent of fresh blueberries.
Enormous fruit characteristics include aromas of black
fruit, chocolate, currant,
blackberry and black cherry. The palate is rich and
full, blanketed with soft tannins.
Petite Sirah is an amazing wine with its subtle layers
of fruit and a rich
jammy intensity that shows
refinement and finesse in every sip.
Varietal composition is
88% Petite Sirah and
12% Cabernet Sauvignon.
90 points, a Gold Medal, and "Best Buy" at
the 2007 World Wine Championships.