These are some of John Balistreri’s favorite wines.

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  • 2017 Colorado Syrah (Avant Vineyard)
    • 2017 Colorado Syrah (Avant Vineyard)
    • 2017 Colorado Syrah (Avant Vineyard)
    • $36.00
    • A wine of serious structure and depth, this new Syrah is everything we love about the varietal. It’s rich and full bodied with plenty of dark fruit character that makes it a perfect pairing for red meat. Though this wine spent time in a new barrel, there’s still plenty of herbal spice notes that seem to amplify as the wine gets air - a hint as to how this bottle may develop in the cellar.
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  • 2018 Colorado Petite Sirah (Talbott Vineyard)
    • 2018 Colorado Petite Sirah (Talbott Vineyard)
    • 2018 Colorado Petite Sirah (Talbott Vineyard)
    • $48.00
    • Petite Sirah is one of our favorite grapes, and this is no exception. Full bodied, powerful and fruit forward like most—however, this vintage is unique with notes of black pepper, exotic Asian spice and a unique cigar box aroma. Not to be missed!
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  • Reserve 2017 Colorado Petit Verdot | (CVS Vineyard)
    • Reserve 2017 Colorado Petit Verdot | (CVS Vineyard)
    • Reserve 2017 Colorado Petit Verdot | (CVS Vineyard)
    • $56.00
    • An extra year in our American Oak has afforded this wine the time to develop and mature without compromise. This is truly a combination of elegance and power with classic flavors, unbelievable aromatics, and fine detail. On the nose is an amazing display of fresh herbal notes (sage, fresh dill, dried violets), but without any hint of bitterness. Magnificently dark in color, this wine has incredible depth with notes of vanilla, black raspberry and subtle spice.
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  • 2012 Colorado Petite Sirah
    • 2012 Colorado Petite Sirah
    • 2012 Colorado Petite Sirah
    • $75.00
    • This wine commands your attention with captivating aromas of stewed berries, soft cream & subtle spice. On the palate, the fruit flavors are fully developed and seamlessly transition into a silky subtle finish. Just now starting to unwind and certainly has the tannin structure to keep going.
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