Petite Sirah

Petite Sirah (also known as Durif) is a variety of red wine grape primarily grown in Australia, California, France, and Israel.  The “petite” in the name of this grape refers to the size of its berries and not the vine, which is particularly vigorous. Petite Sirah produces dark, inky colored wines that are relatively acidic, with firm texture and mouth feel; the bouquet has herbal and black pepper overtones, and typically offers flavors of blue fruit, black fruit, plums, and especially blueberries.