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2009 Bedrock - Syrah Hudson Vineyard T-Block Syrah - USA - California - Carneros - Red

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USA - California - Carneros

Red Syrah
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VF: 2011-2018 VF: 2011-2024

Author Maxcontinuous
Site / Blog   Trust Rating 99.041%
Tasted On 03/09/2012

Wild blueberry compote, roasted meat, and a touch of pepper all come together nicely.

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Author VinoDeparture
Site / Blog   Trust Rating 98.423%
Tasted On 08/16/2011

Dark, DARK purple with a very distinct nose of smoke, and something I couldn't wrap my head around. Almost a tar asphalt thing. The thing that really blew me away was the mouth feelâ?¦never felt anything like it. Big, but elegant. Floral with massive blue fruit. Man, what an absolute powerhouse. I put my name on the list a while back; hope to get some of this. Mike, thanks for bringing this over. Already just delicious - really hard to believe this was a 09.

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