Drinking very well now and is quite enjoyable all on it's own. Dark fruit with a soft mouthfeel that transitions well to the firm tannins on the finish. Plum, chocolate, black currant, flavors with some herbal notes.
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(Syncline Wine Cellars Subduction Red Red Wine Columbia Valley) An aromatically appealing wine with raspberries, cherry, white pepper, and herbal notes. The palate is tart and textured with fresh, vibrant fruit flavors with a tremendous energy backed by crisp acidity. Just a baby now, give this one some time to open up or a few months in the cellar with a suggested serving temperature of 62 degrees. 31% Mourvèdre, 25% Syrah, 21% Grenache, 12% Cinsault, 7% Carignan, and 4% Counoise. Aged 11 months in French oak (5-10% new) and concrete. 14.14% alcohol. 1,600 cases produced.
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