The rich smell of dark cherries, plum, allspice are in this dark garnet colored wine. Combination of fruit, rich layers of fresh sweet oak and chocolate lingering on the tongue, finishing with a fresh fruit and tannins.
Light scent of nuts, lemon citrus follows. Creamy smooth flavors coat the tongue with good acidity. This wine stays around after the delicious creamy flavors fade. Hints of butterscotch and notes of tropical fruit pervade this wine adding to its long lingering finish.
A deep, dark, brooding, mouth filling expression of the Petite Sirah variety. Opaque in the glass, the nose explodes with hints of violet, blueberry, olive and oak; for those who enjoy a big voluptuous wine.
Big, bold and powerful, exhibiting the unique flavors and textures typical of the Lytton Springs area in the Dry Creek Valley. A wine reminiscent of blackberries and smoky chocolate mingled with a moderate touch of vanilla and toast.
I'm not exactly sure who this Obsessed Vintner is, but their immersion of wine making doesn't go unnoticed. This $20 bottle of wine is as good as many $50 or $70 bottles I've had in the past two years. It is smooth with lots of delicious palate elements to discover.