2016 Suscol Ranch Syrah
Rancho Suscol was part of a Mexican land grant to General Vallejo in 1843, and later populated by the Patwin tribe. The region is cool and influenced by the San Pablo Bay. These conditions help create mature flavors and balance in the remarkable Syrah from a very historic property.
The deep purple hue alludes to the lip-staining mark this wine will leave on your
palate. Its intense aromas are reminiscent of sweet black plum, toasted croissant,
and clove. Medium-bodied with a round mouth-feel, the lengthy finish expresses
notes of dried cherry, tart peach, and vanilla bean. This limited-release wine can
be enjoyed now, or cellared until 2026.
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new French oak barrels