2013 Lagniappe Syrah

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USA > Washington > Walla Walla Valley
Gramercy Cellars
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Press Reviews:

`Bright ruby-red. Pure but reticent nose hints at blackberry, licorice, pepper and violet. Savory, saline and dry on the palate, with stubbornly backward black pepper, spice and pepper showing good salinity and inner-mouth tension but in need of a couple years to open. Tighter and more Hermitage-like today than The Deuce but perhaps ultimately deeper and longer, this wine will need patience.` (vinified with 85% whole clusters) 91 points, Stephen Tanzer, Vinous `Slightly more fruit driven than the meaty, peppery John Lewis release, the 2013 Syrah Lagniappe is a drop dead gorgeous Syrah that does everything right. Its almost opaque purple color is followed by a complex, layered bouquet that includes ample black and blue fruits, ground pepper, lavender, olive and hints of bacon fat. This gives way to a medium to full-bodied, layered, silky 2013 that has a great mid-palate, juicy acidity and a great finish. I’d happily drink it today, but it should be at its best from 2018-2028.` 95 Points,

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