The Mauritson 2013 Madrone Spring Vineyard Petite Sirah (Rockpile) wine is of the Petite Sirah variety from the USA, produced within the Madrone Spring Vineyard vineyard in the California province. The cost is $41. This wine has a score of 70/100 (a respectable score, albeit nothing remarkable).
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This is a light and clean Pinot Grigio with a clean, crisp aftertaste. It’s dry and crisp, with a tangy, citrus-driven aftertaste. Drink now.
This is a lightly perfumed wine, with notes of apricot, honey and almond. It’s so light on its feet, packed with citrus flavors.
This is a fruity, easy-drinking wine, with a tangy texture and a mouthwatering taste of apricots. It is fresh and fruity, brightened with acidity that gives a lift. Drink now.
Aromas of baked cranberry, exotic spice, dried herbs and a hint of dried rose are followed by polished, polished-feeling fruit flavors. It’s complex, offering complexity and length.
This is a dry, savory wine that’s full of red fruits that are structured with firm tannins. It is a wine that should age well. Drink from 2017.
The fruit is still on the side of the vineyard, bright and fresh. That gives the wine its fruitiness and freshness, while still keeping the acidity and the wood from dominating. The wine is a delicious, juicy, fruity wine that is ready to drink.
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