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Incognito is a blend of 40% Syrah, 25% Cinsault, 11% Carignan, 11% Mourvedre, 9% Petite Sirah, 2% Grenache and 2% Tannat. It's an oaky, cedar tinged, gamy red that's big in the mouth, dense and tannic with Michael David's smoky signature.
Michael David Winery has mastered the style, making a black as night Syrah true to it’s roots. It has flavors of dark red fruit, with vanilla and oak. It’s juicy, jammy and well integrated, a wine that’s ready to drink now.
A beautiful, dark opaque red wine. Aromas of ripe plums, huckleberries and blackberries. A hint of powdered cocoa and vanilla. Rich tannins are balanced with the ripe fruit. Blackberries and huckleberries carry through from the palate.
Defender Red is a Petite Sirah made from grapes sourced mostly from Sonoma and the North Coast. On the nose there are aromas of blackberry jam, plums, vanilla, violet and clove.
Open-knit and seductive, this rich, balanced wine is gorgeously opulent and impossible to resist. This dense ruby California Syrah emanates enticing aromas of mulberry and toasty vanilla.
Allora Vineyards proudly welcomes its very first Petite Sirah. This wine is completely estate grown in the St. Helena appellation of the Napa Valley. It is aged for 18 months on Troncais French oak barrels.
This wine is bright ruby in color. On the nose there are aromas of black raspberries, blueberries, pepper and brown sugar, with a floral topnote. It has flavors of red berries, pepper and spices, nicely firmed by ripe acidity. The finish is fresh and ripely tannic, with hints of baking spices.
Bruce Wayne Winery is named after two of its founders, Bruce Walker and Wayne Hansen. Sourced from old vines on Tom Feeney Ranch. Aged for 21 months in French and American oak, it is a balanced, complex California expression of the varietal.
Cameron Hughes Lot 9 Syrah shows big black and purple fruit, plenty of huckleberry, chocolate, and lavender on the nose. Rich midpalate of blackberry pie, smoke and spice melds into the chocolately finish.
Clos La Chance Syrah is dark ruby purple in color with aromas of huckleberries and blueberries. Candied plums, smoky and meaty with rosemary and black tea. Red cherry and blackberry flavors on the palate with classic meaty undertones.
Coyote Crest Syrah is dark, spicy and juicy, this is a Syrah for those who love Syrah. Good fruit backs up the tannins to give the whole package a nice complexity. With notes of earth, spices like cinnamon and clove, and a soft, not too aggressive finish, this is a terrific wine to take home and have with dinner.
This 1997 Syrah from Durell Vineyards shows extremely dark, purple-red color. Marvelous deep, brooding nose; strong smell of smoke, dark fruit. Powerful sweet fruit in a rich, fat cloak of complex flavors. Very firm and finely structured with mouth coating melting tannins. Great length.
True to the flavors of this vineyard, the 2005 Rocca Syrah shows smokey cherry and wild plum aromas, with a touch of dried lavender and nutmeg. On the palate, the wine shows its ripe concentration yet retains an overall impression of elegance, with a soft, polished texture at the finish.
This Syrah is made from grapes grown in the rolling hills above the Russian River. The area is marked by long warm days and cool refreshing nights, and the fruit from this region is rich, bright and intense. The result is a wine with bright fresh fruit flavors including red cherries, blueberries and raspberries with hints of lavender.
The Vibrante is bright cherry fruit with a little earth and a fleshy finish. Place your wine order, then order your pizza. This far over-delivers in the 'taste per dollar' department. It just tastes expensive.
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