Named “petite” for its small berries that amount to a flavorful skin-to-pulp ratio, this wine is full-bodied and concentrated that amount to a favorable fun-to-drink ratio. Hoist a glass to release lavender and white pepper on the nose. Eye the inky violet hue beckoning for further investigation. Swirl a mouthful to enjoy boysenberry, blackberry, and blueberry notes. Sense the smooth acidity woven with supple tannins. Taste the intricate clove and briary accents on the big savory finish.