2005 Earthquake Petite Sirah - Printable Version

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- winoweenie - 09-01-2008 08:13 PM

This hummer should qualify for funds from Colgates' rebate policy. Dark as Buckos' heart, aromatics that challenge the Culinary Schools Kitchen, and enough taste that even these jaded ole buds were kicked in the patootie and awakened. One of the 10 or so wines being evaluated for daily consumption, this is a sure-fire winner. Can definately improve in the near term but as tasty as this sucker is who cares? Had with chili-dogs and the CDs' were washed down swimmingly. Ordering 2 boxes in the morn. 90/94 15 after 25% sale price. 15.5% alc. WW ( Had no idea of the alc and would have guessed no higher than 14+ as this baby is so balanced)

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- Bucko - 09-01-2008 11:57 PM

Is that the Michael & David Phillips
Petite Sirah Lodi Earthquake?

If so, that sucker has too much wood and smoke for me.

- winoweenie - 09-02-2008 09:22 AM

Yeppo! The weener isn't blessed with such delicate tasty-buddies so this hummer went rite down the ole' throat in record time. WW [img][/img]