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Wine Enthusiast Review Rated 92 EDITORS CHOICE A lavish oak component works well in this dark, intense wine to enhance the concentrated blackberry and black cherry flavors. Full-bodied and richly tannic in texture, the wine is very showy and delicious.
Wine Advocate Review Rated 90 One of the specialties of the Michael David Winery is their Petite Sirah, and the 2013 Petite Sirah Earthquake offers up an inky purple color to the rim, copious quantities of blue and blackberry fruit, and notes of incense, camphor and earth. It is deep, ripe, full-bodied, fleshy and long. Drink now-2028.
Wine Tasting Notes Rich on the attack, more black-berry, coffee and supple tannin than previous vintages. Spiked with a dash of Cabernet Sauvignon, it balances the deeply colored, firm-tannin Petite Sirah. The tannins are substantial, but tame enough to make this wine ready to drink - no decanting required.