Red

2012 Andremily Syrah No. 1

Syrah

  • USA
  • California
  • Central Coast
  • Santa Barbara County

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  • Brunello123 Likes this wine: 100 points

    March 21, 2015 - Alban, Saxum, Epoch, Law Estate are my favorite Syrah from California. I've only had SQNs twice before so I cannot compare this wine to SQN, but I have high expectations which is why I opened a bottle today, and will lay down the others for a few years. The little I know about Jim Binns through exchange of e-mails tells me he is a great guy and deserves the reviews this wine is getting. I have a feeling this will not be the only 100 point rating the wine will get. Everyone so far has done a great job describing it. I drunk it over 8 hours and it really opened up after about 4 hours. The nose stayed consistently amazing all along. There was no heat and you can't tell it's 15.5% alcohol. This is young and will need a few years to enter its drinking window. I love what I am tasting so far and I can't wait until I get to try another bottle in about 5 years. Amazing!

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5 Comments

  • moisydoisy commented:

    3/22/15, 10:24 AM - So worth opening one up now to try?

  • Brunello123 commented:

    3/22/15, 11:10 AM - if you have more than 3, sure why not? If you have 3 or less, just put them away for a few years. The wine is good now, but will only get better.

  • Zbear commented:

    3/22/15, 1:46 PM - I only have three bottles coming (I knew I was going to regret not getting six), but I will be opening one. Judging from the scores, I am not going to wait years to find out what it taste like. I don't have it in me.

  • moisydoisy commented:

    3/22/15, 1:58 PM - I also knew I should had ordered 6.

  • Brunello123 commented:

    3/23/15, 10:55 AM - Greg, how did you get 9 bottles allocated? With that many bottles, you should open one now to see how you like it.

    I thought the max was 6 and a magnum. I asked for the magnum, but did not get it.

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