Wine Spectator details how Parducci partner Tim Thornhill flew down to L.A. to personally pour the winery's True Grit Petite Sirah (its Hollywood debut!) at the cast screening of the Coen brothers' new film, "True Grit."
Wine Spectator writes: "Petite Sirah is considered one of Mendocino County’s heritage grape varieties. 'We’ve got some vineyards in the county that have survived both Prohibition and phylloxera, and we’ve got some of our fruit coming from third-generation Petite Sirah growers,' Thornhill said."
"The True Grit label bears a line drawing of a pair of boots with spurs and the words 'indomitable of spirit, enduring and steadfast, rugged and appealing.' Sounds like the Duke to us."
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