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Cayuse Vineyards Syrah En Cerise Vineyard 2008, 750mL (WA99) from The BPW - Merchants of rare and fine wines.

Cayuse Vineyards Syrah En Cerise Vineyard

750mL

Vintage: 2008
Region: US
Appellation: Columbia Valley

WA99
Rated 99 points by Robert Parker`s Wine Advocate: `The 2008 En Cerise Vineyard Syrah offers up a remarkably complex, sexy perfume that leaps from the glass. Exotic spices, a velvety texture, and a succulent richness on the palate are sublime. It, too, can be enjoyed for a decade or more.` -- Jay Miller in the Wine Advocate.Additional Notes from the Wine Advocate: `Ho hum. Just another great set of wines from Christophe Baron. Over the past 6 years, because of my coverage of Spain for this journal, I have gotten to know Tempranillo very well. My principal observation is that it does not travel particularly well although there are outposts of very fine Tempranillo in the Uco Valley of Mendoza and in South Australia. There is one exception, Christophe Baron`s small parcel of estate-grown Tempranillo. The wine`s only competition, in my opinion, is Dominio Pingus, the great Tempranillo produced by Peter Sisseck in Ribera del Duero. I would like to try the wines side-by-side, the only problem being that Pingus is ten times as expensive as Impulsivo. As a postscript of sorts, Christophe Baron has created a new label called No Girls. The origin of the name is a great story but goes beyond this journal`s purview. The two wines have been specifically earmarked for those who have patiently been waiting on the Cayuse mailing list. No, these are not at quite at the same level as those wines bearing the Cayuse label but, as the scores attest, they`re not so bad.`


$169.00

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Cayuse Vineyards Syrah En Cerise Vineyard

750mL

Vintage: 2008
Region: US
Appellation: Columbia Valley

WA99
Rated 99 points by Robert Parker`s Wine Advocate: `The 2008 En Cerise Vineyard Syrah offers up a remarkably complex, sexy perfume that leaps from the glass. Exotic spices, a velvety texture, and a succulent richness on the palate are sublime. It, too, can be enjoyed for a decade or more.` -- Jay Miller in the Wine Advocate.Additional Notes from the Wine Advocate: `Ho hum. Just another great set of wines from Christophe Baron. Over the past 6 years, because of my coverage of Spain for this journal, I have gotten to know Tempranillo very well. My principal observation is that it does not travel particularly well although there are outposts of very fine Tempranillo in the Uco Valley of Mendoza and in South Australia. There is one exception, Christophe Baron`s small parcel of estate-grown Tempranillo. The wine`s only competition, in my opinion, is Dominio Pingus, the great Tempranillo produced by Peter Sisseck in Ribera del Duero. I would like to try the wines side-by-side, the only problem being that Pingus is ten times as expensive as Impulsivo. As a postscript of sorts, Christophe Baron has created a new label called No Girls. The origin of the name is a great story but goes beyond this journal`s purview. The two wines have been specifically earmarked for those who have patiently been waiting on the Cayuse mailing list. No, these are not at quite at the same level as those wines bearing the Cayuse label but, as the scores attest, they`re not so bad.`


$169.00

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