December 19, 2004

“Nothing Petite About Petite Sirah”
The Journal Sunday
Scott Greenberg
What is able to stain teeth purple in a single swallow? What is darker than a juicy blackberry?
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December 02, 2004

“Petite Sirah Is Growing”
Wine & Vines
The number of wineries producing Petite Sirah has grown from 65 in 2001, to 187 in 2004, according to Jo Diaz, a director of PS I Love You...
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December 02, 2004

“Petite Sirah, a grape with a history”
PoppingCork.com

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December 01, 2004

“History Stains Powerful Petite Sirah”
The Seattle Times
Paul Gregutt
Attention, all you who love a big, brawny bruiser of a red wine.
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November 17, 2004

“Syrah, sirah: What's in a wine name?”
Ventura County Star
Len Napolitano
Question: Are syrah and Petite Sirah the same wines?
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November 04, 2004

“2000 Guenoc Serpentine Meadow Vineyard Guenoc Valley Reserve Petite Sirah”
Orange County Register
Chris Knap
While winemakers across California were jamming Merlot and Chardonnay intovery conceivable crevice during the 1980s...
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November 01, 2004

“CREATIVE CHOICES”
Cheers
Dan Berger
Petite Sirah: This dark red wine is always a sleeper for restaurants that serve char-grilled steaks.
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October 01, 2004

“Association sponsors heritage clone vineyard”
Wines & Vines
Directors of P.S. I Love You, the Petite Sirah booster association voted to establish a Petite Sirah heritage clone vineyard...
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September 01, 2004

“Petite Sirah makes it big”
Decanter Magazine
Jordan Mackay
While the debate du jour in California appears to be whether Pinot Noir or Syrah is the variety of the moment...
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August 11, 2004

“Petite Hurrah”
Letter to the Editor
Wine Enthusiast
On behalf of P.S. I Love You, the grower/producer advocacy group for Petite Sirah, I'd like to thank you.
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August 11, 2004

“Some Petite Sirahs finally going light on tannin”
Oakland Tribune
Charles Olken
MY general policy is to ignore Petite Sirah. I haven't always turned a blind eye to the grape, but..
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August 05, 2004

“The All-American Grape”
Vintage Experiences
Dan Berger
Forty years ago, Concannon Vineyard in Livermore Valley released a non-vintage red wine with the then-mystical name Petite Sirah
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July 02, 2004

“Oeno-file: Tracing a family tree ...er, vine”
New York Daily News
Mary Ewing Mulligan
If you could read every wine column in America this holiday weekend, you'd probably find more than a few on the topic of Zinfandel...
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July 01, 2004

“Petite Sirah”
On the Vine/Review Magazine
Ellen Landis
Huge monstrous, yet called petite? The only thing petite about this wine is the size of the berry...
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June 20, 2004

“The History of Petite Sirah in California According to Wine Industry Historian Charles Sullivan”
Charles Sullivan
Historically, the Petite Sirah story is really very complicated by what we know, and by what we don't know.
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June 16, 2004

“What kind of wine lover are you?”
East Valley Tribune
Larry Lipson
PETITE SIRAH: Petite sirah fans of long standing know the names Concannon and Foppiano.
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June 11, 2004

“What kind of wine lover are you?”
azcentral.com
Larry Lipson
PETITE SIRAH: Petite sirah fans of long standing know the names Concannon and Foppiano.
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June 01, 2004

“Patrick, J. Comiskey's Picks”
Wine & Spirits
Patrick, J. Comiskey
Take Petite. Once a staple of the jug wine enterprise that fueled the growth of California wine industry...
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June 01, 2004

“Petite Sirah makes a big splash”
Decanter
Norm Roby
Forty years ago Concannon Vineyard in Livermore released a 1961 Petite Sirah, the first to be labelled and sold under that varietal in the U.S.
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May 28, 2004

“From Syrah to Petite Sirah”
Paul White
Let's not beat around the old bushvine here. Durif is a bastard.
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May 01, 2004

“P.S., I love You”
Wine Report
Deborah Grossman
In the heart of Napa valley, the burgeoning reputation of Petite Sirah is evident at Robert Biale Vineyards.
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April 30, 2004

“Letters to the Editor”
Wine Spectator
The members of "P.S. I Love You" would like to applaud James Laube's column "Petite's Road Back"...
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April 07, 2004

“Similar sounding but different: Syrah, Petite Sirah”
Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
John Solomon
This week I would like to talk about Syrah, Shiraz and Petite Sirah.
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April 01, 2004

“Recommended Wines”
Gourmet Magazine
Gerald Asher

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March 24, 2004

“Talking wine: P. S., I love you”
Metrowest Daily News
Jonathon Alsop
California is famous for taking unknowns and elevating them to celebrity status.
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March 01, 2004

“Experiencing Bliss with Petite Sirah”
Patterson's Beverage
Meridith May Brandel
"Petite Sirah has a better chance than other alternative reds in making it into the forefront as the next big varietal,"...
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March 01, 2004

“WEEKEND WINE FOR MARCH 8, 2004”
WineSkinny.com
We caught up with the "Blue Tooth Tour" on its first annual nationwide effort to educate trade and media on the lure of Petite Sirah.
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February 12, 2004

“Honoring Petite Sirah”
Vintage Experiences
Dan Berger
Whenever I evaluate a range of Petite Sirahs, a number of friends have cracks they think are funny.
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February 05, 2004

“Petite sirahs are wines with wallop”
Philadelphia Inquirer
Deborah Scoblionkov
The grapes are little, but the juice is a strongman of color, tannins, flavor.
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February 01, 2004

“A Valentine For Petite Sirah”
Patterson's Beverage
Meridith May Brandel
When Dr. Carole Meredith...established Petite Sirah's true identity in 1996, the mystery and debate over the pedigree of the varietal was solved.
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January 31, 2004

“Petite's Road Back”
Wine Spectator
James Laube
Winemakers are often at a loss to explain why Petite Sirah, with its devout, cultlike following, isn't more popular with the general public.
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January 29, 2004

“Taster's Choice”
Star-Tribune: Minneapolis-St. Paul
Tim Teichgraeber
Long popular with California's oldest grower producers - Foppiano, Parducci and - Livermore Valley's Concannon -petite sirah has recently been championed by boutique producers.
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January 29, 2004

“Liquid Assets: Petite Sirah”
Star-Tribune: Minneapolis-St. Paul
Tim Teichgraeber
Some wine professionals, mostly scientists, think abstract terms such as "elegant," "massive" or "exuberant" have no place in describing wine.
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January 23, 2004

“The Deliciously Simple End To a Complicated Story”
Wall Street Journal
Dorothy Gaiter & John Brecher
This column is about Petite Sirah, which is sometimes called Petite Syrah but is different from Syrah.
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