David Bruce 'Shell Creek' Petite Sirah 2006
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"This wine has intense fruity aromas of raspberry and blueberry evident by its rich color in
the glass. It has a full, dense and fleshy texture with a smooth finish. Blueberries, plums, cassis and notes of cloves with firm and food friendly tannins." ~winery notes
Item ID: #10974
Size: 750mL (wine)
Closure: Cork

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"This wine has intense fruity aromas of raspberry and blueberry evident by its rich color in
the glass. It has a full, dense and fleshy texture with a smooth finish. Blueberries, plums, cassis and notes of cloves with firm and food friendly tannins." ~winery notes

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David BruceDavid Bruce Winery was founded during the revival of the Santa Cruz Mountain wine industry between the 1950s and 1970s. Bruce selected his vineyard site because of its proximity to Martin Ray and with the belief that the high elevation and mesoclimate of the area would be well suited for growing the Burgundian wine grapes of Pinot noir and Chardonnay.[1]

In 1975, British wine merchant Steven Spurrier selected 1973 bottling of David Bruce Chardonnay for his 1976 Paris tasting that would put Californian Chardonnays and Cabernet Sauvignon against their French counterparts from Burgundy and Bordeaux, respectively. While the overall Chardonnay category was won by a Californian wine from Napa Valley, the 1973 David Bruce Chardonnay placed last of the 10 Chardonnays being tasted

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