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Michael David Petite Petit 2014

Michael David Petite Petit 2014
Michael David Petite Petit 2014





WineryMichael David


Bottle Size750 ml

CategoryRed Wine

Aging ProgramBarrel aged 16 months in French oak

Oak OriginFrench

Blend85% Petite Sirah, 15% Petit Verdot

Total Acidity6.40 g/L


The Michael David Petite Petit 2014 is a rich, full-bodied red wine that is full of personality. You’ll be amazed by the vibrant aromas of blueberry, violet, and plum. The palate is deliciously robust, with flavors of black fruit and warm vanilla. This wine is boisterous and unforgettable. It’s perfect for those who are slightly adventurous, but we think that everyone will be won over by this red.
Pair this wine with robust meals and bold flavors. It is a great match for grilled red meats, hearty beef burgers, and spicy barbecue.

Taste SummaryBlueberry, Floral, Plum

Wine QualitiesSmooth

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This is a lovely wine. It pairs well even with fish. I have been to the tasting room here and they are great. They don't rush you, are friendly and they have a great line up of wines. This as well as the 6th sense is well worth the money. Oh and they have a little cafe without door seating.

Thanks for the comment and recommendation! That sounds like a great wine tasting experience, and I'm glad you found some great food pairings for this wine. Best, Kristin - Editor for TheWineBuyingGuide


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