2007 Colgin - Syrah IX Estate 750ml

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Wine Advocate | Rating: 95

There are 475 cases of the 2007 IX Syrah Estate, which offers up flowery, roasted meat, balsamic, tar, and blackberry characteristics in a full-bodied format. The wine reveals sweet tannin, and layers of fruit, including a note of lavender that emerges as the wine sits in the glass. It should drink well for a decade.

Drink Dates: 2009-2019
Author: Robert Parker
Issue: 186

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Wine Spectator | Rating: 93

Firm, rich and layered, offering spicy dried berry, mineral, anise and sage flavors that are full-bodied and stylish. Firms up on the finish, with a subtle spicy edge.

Drink Dates: 2010-2016
Author: James Laube


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International Wine Cellar | Rating: 92(+?)

Good bright ruby. Subdued but complex nose offers blackberry, mocha, game, spices and a hint of sweet butter. At once primary and pliant in the mouth, with dark fruit and spice flavors lifted by violet, mint and fresh herb high notes. Intense and stuffed with fruit, but still needs at least a few more years in bottle to express itself. Finishes with dusty minerality, excellent energy and building tannins.

Author: Stephen Tanzer
Issue: Issue 10111

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Average rating: 93, based on 3 reviews
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186 bottles owned by 57 collectors.

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About This Producer


Ann Colgin, a former fine art dealer, began her label in 1992, and it quickly became one of the most sought-after names in Napa. Winemaking duties were originally handled by Helen Turley, then Mark Aubert in 1999. Production of the Cabernet Sauvignon Herb Lamb Vineyard is very small, with only about 350 cases produced each vintage. As with most of the world's truly great wines, Colgin's philosophy revolves around low yields and meticulous care of the fruit in the vineyard, winery and transportation between the two.

See other similar producers: Abreu Vineyards, Araujo Estate Wines, Robert Craig Wine Cellars

Wine Varietal: Syrah


While the rest of the world is calling it "Syrah," Australia and South Africa stick to "Shiraz," their name for the same grape. Previously it was thought that the name Shiraz originated from a city in Persia where the Syrah grape was believed to have originated. Recently U.S. and French researchers demystified the name debate when they discovered that the Syrah grape was indigenous to France. Intense, robust and sometimes referred to as "manly," Syrah grows principally in the Northern Rhone. The spicy, peppery grape also grows abundantly in Australia, South Africa, and California, where it takes on a softer, thicker character than its French version. Typical descriptors for Syrah include blackberry, dark chocolate, mint, eucalyptus, smoked meat, black pepper, liquorice, and cloves.

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