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2003 E. Guigal Crozes-Hermitage Syrah
2/2/2022 - John Nezlek wrote:
88 points
Note: I use a scale on which 85 represents a very good wine.

Simply enjoyable. Fully integrated, smooth, no edges whatsoever.
I am not certain what this would have been like afew years ago, but it is singing now.

I will be drinking the other two in the near future, if I can remember.
  • danicaradovanov@gmail.com commented:

    3/29/22, 5:31 PM - Absolutely!I just opened my bottle of the 2003, which I purchased over a decade ago when I wasn’t so sensible about storage, and it is simply wonderful.

2007 Neyers Syrah Old Lakeville Road Sonoma Coast
I bought this for $26.95 at some unknown point in time in the early 10s and promptly forgot about it in my EuroChef wine fridge for 7 years and then the ancient temp controlled wine cellar in my new house. I Coravined my bottle today and let it air out for 30 minutes. I was skeptical, but it poured a gorgeous garnet with slight bricking towards the edge, and a clear rim. After an hour decant it has blueberries, berry bramble, dark fruits, smoke, bacon fat, and floral notes on the nose, red fruits on the attack with blackberry, white pepper notes and spice, good acidity and well integrated tannins still present, a medium finish. Absolutely delicious. Astonishing value syrah.
  • danicaradovanov@gmail.com commented:

    2/7/22, 9:44 AM - Glad you are familiar with this one. It's truly built to last!

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