Suisun Valley, California - Coming from the Wagner family, Grand Durif features a deep, majestic purpose. The nose has notes of blueberries and earthy tones, while vanilla notes from oak aging come through on the finish. A Caymus-style wine that tastes delicious.
What is Petite Sirah? Though the name has occasionally been given to a number of different grapes grown in California, Petit Sirah was developed by French botanist Francois Durif in 1880, who crossed the Syrah grape with the French variety Peloursin. The grape was introduced to California four years later, and by the turn of the century the dark and densely clustered red grapes had become popular throughout the state’s winegrowing regions.