WolfHounden // 2013 // 100% Petite Verdot

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WolfHounden // 2013 // 100% Petite Verdot

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100% Petite Verdot
Yes. 100% Petite Verdot....
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If you know.... then You KNOW.

A 100% Petite Verdot. Yes that is Right. 100%.
We have only attempted to release this beast one other time. It was back in 2008 and it sold out in less that a month. It currently sells for $250 Per bottle and there are 8 known left in the world.
If you like your steak rare,  your coffee black, and your cigars by the box. Welcome to the Pack. This wine is the brethren to the HONOR + PREPARE Petite Sirah. 

Thick and Hearty, and perfect for a night in front of the fire. 
We wanted to reintroduce you to this beast. 
We are currently are planting 3 acres of Petite Verdot to include into our Estate Offerings. This will be our 3rd Verital on our Windmill Ranch property on Ballard Canyon.
and the name….  

 Here is the History: 

In 1935, Dutch breeder Leendert Saarloos (1884–1969) started cross-breeding a German Shepherd Dog male to a female European Wolf which he obtained from the Rotterdam Zoo. Although he was passionate about the German Shepherd, he found most dogs to be too domesticated and wanted to breed in more natural properties in order to get better working dogs. The result wasn't entirely what Saarloos had hoped for. This breed is cautious, reserved and lacks the ferocity to attack. Until Leendert Saarloos died in 1969, he was in full control over the breeding of his "European wolfdog". The Dutch Kennel Club recognized the breed in 1975. To honour its creator they changed the name to "Saarloos Wolfdog". In 1981 the breed was recognized by the Fédération Cynologique Internationale (FCI). In the past, some Saarloos wolfdogs were trained as guide dogs for the blind and as rescue dogs, but most dogs of this breed are currently kept as family dogs.