The backbone of this wine comes from 30-year-old Petite Sirah vineyards on the Stags’ Leap estate. There are also smaller amounts of Syrah, Grenache and Mourvèdre, all aged in American oak for 14 months. Shows warmly ripe red berry on the nose with a pinch of cinnamon, clove and a leafy minty overtone. Leans towards more concentrated dark fruit, fig and liquorice in the mouth, finishing on a very dry tannic note. Pair with full-flavoured meat dishes like braised lamb shanks.