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Date Printed: 11/25/2014
Wine Spots Sonoma Coast Syrah 2006
Wine Spots Sonoma Coast Syrah 2006
(search item no. 100045)
green wine


PRICE ON 11/25/2014: $19.49

Winemaker's Notes:

Wines Spots Sonoma Coast Syrah is a cool climate Syrah with lush blue fruit, cassis, hints of white pepper & herbs with fine tannins. An elegant wine with a long spicy finish. Rhone-like white pepper & spice with California intensity.

This wine is from two cool climate vineyards that are sustainably farmed on Sonoma Coast, which bring intensity of flavor balanced by bright acidity. Maturing our Syrah in 100% neutral French oak allows purity of site and varietal to show through. We added a light touch of Grenache.

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About Wine Spots:

Wine Spots Wines was inspired by Daniel LeFrancois’s travels throughout the world. While backpacking through France, Daniel was enjoying a glass of wine at a café near Montmartre in Paris, contemplating his next adventure, when he spilled a drop of wine onto his map, landing next to Saint-Émilion. This inspired him to continue his journey to Bordeaux and ignited his love of wine. That "spot" on the map became a treasured souvenir, one that would remind him of all the great moments he experienced on that trip. As Daniel became more involved in the world of wine, he reflected upon his years of traveling and found himself remembering the wines he enjoyed on his adventures. When his dream of crafting his own wines became a reality, Daniel knew that he wanted his wines to combine his passion for wine and travel.

Thus was born Wine Spots, a collection of wines that explores the finest wine regions around the world. Daniel works with some of the best vineyards and top winemakers to produce wines that capture the distinctive qualities and terroir that define these regions. Explore California through our Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot, Carneros Pinot Noir, and Monterey Chardonnay, then journey to Australia, France, and beyond…