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2013 Bedrock Wine Co. Syrah Exposition Two Weill Vineyard Sonoma Valley
6/17/2017 - Philly NQ King wrote:
98 points
The greatest young wine I've ever tasted. Was worried it wouldn't live up to the hype, but was absolutely singing after a quick 1 hour decant. Violets, perfume, Cuban cigar and asphalt...and a finish that sailed on for a full minute. Wow!
  • Oldmanzin commented:

    3/3/18, 2:41 PM - Thanks for that information! I am fortunate to have been on the Bedrock and Carlisle allocation list since the 2012 vintage. I have all the Exposition wines in the cellar. I was worried about the hype as well, but Morgan Twain Peterson is a superstar in the making! He just doesn't get all the pub like the winemakers in Napa.

    Thanks for being a fan!

2014 Bedrock Wine Co. Heritage Wine Pagani Ranch Sonoma Valley Zinfandel Blend, Zinfandel
11/8/2016 - td1836 wrote:
90 points
Decanted 2 hours before getting started. This is my first vineyard designate bottle I've opened from Bedrock as I just started buying from them last year. At first I was getting too much alcohol coming through (something I've found common in zinfandel based wines, but not something I enjoy). After a while that got better. Like others have said, flavors of raspberry and spice, and I definitely got a green note in there as well. All in all it was a nice wine, and I'm hoping that more age helps it integrate a little better. From this tasting, I would not consider this great QPR, but I know it is still very young and I need to give it more time before passing too much judgement.
  • Oldmanzin commented:

    11/11/16, 2:45 PM - I have been enjoying Bedrock wines for the last two years. Most of the heritage wines definitely need two to five years sometime to come together. I recommend putting the 2014's away until at least mid 2018 to identify how they will begin to evolve. They have a great thing going on at Bedrock! Don't give up on them just yet.

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