The Petite Sirah coming from Lytton Estate within the Dry Creek Valley was planted back in 1901 with the youngest vines planted in 1998. The fruit is hand-harvested, sustainably grown; destemmed and partially crushed; fermented on the native yeasts, followed by full malolactic on the naturally-occurring bacteria. The wine is then aged in American oak, of which 20% is new, for 16 months.
|VARIETAL COMPOSITION||Petite Sirah|
|APPELLATION||Dry Creek Valley|