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The vineyard takes its name from an abandoned stretch of early 20th century Sonoma County highway. That link with the past is especially important to us, as these are the only grapes we still crush by foot (really). This is a great vintage for Syrah and it may have produced my favorite wine of the 2010 harvest. The wine is ...
No wine grape suffers more than Syrah from clumsy viticulture and improper cellar practices. In America, over-ripe harvesting, excess tannin extraction, and high alcohol winemaking have done this variety great harm. Legions of potential fans have turned away. Yet at Kermit Lynch, I have learned that wines from Syrah especially those from northern Rhone producers like Clape, Gonon, Monier, and ...
Critical Acclaim "Ramey’s 2011 Syrah is flat-out gorgeous. In this vintage, the Syrah includes the Rodgers Creek fruit, so it is more varietal than is typically the case. Savory herbs, dried flowers, black cherries and black pepper are some of the many notes that flow through to the finish. Quite simply, the 2011 is an extraordinary wine in its price ...
Deep purple. Toast intermingled with smoked meats. Flavors of black cherry, plum and currants, with hints of violets.
A blend from the Radio Coteau single vineyard Syrah sites, the Las Colinas showcases Cherry Camp's fruit purity, Timbervine's structure, and Dusty Lane's wild sauvage character. A cool-climate narrative for the Sonoma Coast Syrah enthusiast.
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