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Chris Daniel Winery 2014 Petite Sirah/Syrah, Columbia Valley, $25
Napa winemaker Chris Daniel Stewart and his father, Michael Sean Stewart, opened their winery last spring in Quincy, Wash., and they’ve enjoyed delicious success with its first vintage. This Rhône-style blend that leads with Petite Sirah (67%) offers aromas of cooked red plums, cigar box, amplified by flavors of huckleberry, blueberry, Saskatoon berry and orange zest, all backed by fine-grained tannins and bright red fruit acidity. It won gold and best in class at the 2017 Wenatchee Wine Awards.
Production: 190 cases