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Bottle Size: 750 ml
From the oldest vineyard in the Stones (Christophe calls it The Stones, not The Rocks), the transparent ruby colored 2013 Syrah Cailloux Vineyard incorporates 5% co-fermented Viognier and has a distinct saltiness, as well as classic Cayuse notes of peat moss, mushrooms, iodine, and sweet cherry and currant fruit. While gamey and a touch backwards right on opening, it blossomed with time in the glass and can be enjoyed today with a decant, or cellared for a decade or more.
Jeb Dunnuck. Tasting date: June, 2016
TASTING NOTES Beautiful notes of creme de cassis, lead pencil shavings, graphite, dried herbs, and...
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