Archive for the Tag 'Petite Sirah'

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Petite sirah isn’t petite, according to Michael Dresser

Having started the Petite Sirah wine advocacy group called PS I Love You, I know that I’ve read at least 95 percent of all the stories on Petite Sirah, since 2002. They’ve even been listed on the PSILY site in the Reviews section, dates all included with the authors and their views. Oh, the spellings, […]

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More brewhaha from Andy Bluehaha

No offense, Andy. More Brewhaha and More Bluehaha rhyme. You know how story titles go, to capture people into a story. You have my utmost respect. The Tasting Panel Magazine with Meridith May (publisher, editor) has been a true champion of Petite Sirah in the past. Today (yesterday as you read this), it was brought […]

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Trauma Drama and Obama

Trauma Drama – “PS I Love You has done nothing to educate consumers,” he wrote, when asked to provide content for a Petite Sirah story about to be written. I was aghast. This is someone who’s closely watched PS I Love You for the last 14 years, and someone who has make some promises, but […]

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A classic restaurant, bar, caterers, and picnic item… Boxxle

Being asked if I’d consider Boxxle, I had no clue what it was or that it even existed, so I curiously said, “Sure.” When it arrived, I thought, “What a great restaurant, bar, caterer or picnic item!” And, I’m hooked. Restaurants, bars, and caterers For people in restaurants and bars… Remember me? I’m the one […]

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It might help to spell Syrah correctly

I got a terse and fascinating Email, which was sent after we had put out an announcement about a Petite Sirah event we annually organize,  direct, and produce. Nothing more was said than, “It might help to spell Syrah correctly” Jose forwarded it to me and chuckled. I read it and said, “What? Forward that […]

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Petite Sirah FAQs ~ People are still asking, after all of these years

My very first blog posting on December 29, 2005, this was my first wine blog topic. I’m doubling back over 14 years later, and not much has changed, in terms of the questions surrounding this intriguing and exclusive wine grape variety. If you’ve been lucky to taste some spectacular ones, you’re a rare palate in […]

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A Petite Auction – no small deal

The Ninth Annual Petite Sirah auction has become an exclusive Petite auction; the only one of its kind in the entire world. [This image was taken in 2014, just before the doors opened for Dark & Delicious Petite Sirah®.] The US is dominating in the growth of this variety, and has its own marketing group called […]

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2015 Dark & Delicious Petite Sirah® updates of wine & food

2015 Dark & Delicious Petite Sirah® returns on February 20, 2015 at Rock Wall once again More details will be following about Dark & Delicious Petite Sirah ® 2015. For now, the following wineries have committed to joining us all again for our next event:   Artezin Wines Fulcrum Wines * Ridge Winery Ballentine Vineyards […]

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Off the Beaten Path with Joe Roberts, Red Wine Varieties

I received an E-Mail from FIX that’s worth sharing, about red wine varieties that are off the beaten path, which includes Petite Sirah. Hey, Jo, My name is Kat and I work for Fix.com. We recently published an article by Joe Roberts, creator of wine website 1WineDude about branching out, and discovering different varieties of […]

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Petite Sirah, The John Wayne of Grapes, Is Our All-American Legend

As regards Petite Sirah being The John Wayne of Grapes… Imagine, if you will, being plucked from your homeland shortly after being born. (Some would argue that you were ostracized.) You’re brought to the Atlantic, where you board a steamship headed for America. You land in New York, are put onto the next train headed […]