The first in a series of wines from an online subscription service that sends a little info note for each bottle- kinda cool. This Petite Sirah is deep ruby and shows off its 14.8% ABV with some globby legs in the glass. The nose has aromas of blackberries, black plum, black raspberry, vanilla, blueberry pie and espresso. The palate is dry with medium (+) tannins, medium (-) acidity, medium (+) body and a decent length finish. The flavors are medium (+) intensity and closely echo the nose. I do get slightly more blue fruit, and less baking spice on the mid palate and there is a black tea component on the back end. It’s a nice wine, but I was hoping for a bit more jamminess to be honest- the card promised it. I think this $22 effort gets 89 points and should be drunk with hearty meats by 2026. 4 stars. Salut….