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Aces Pocket Syrah 2007, BC VQA Okanagan

Aces Pocket Syrah 2007, BC VQA Okanagan

Blasted Church - Cross to Bear - Syrah 2014

Cross to Bear - Syrah 2014

2014 Moksha: Syrah 39%, Malbec 18%, Mourverdre 18%, Gernache 18%, Viognier 7%. OLIVER, BC

2014 Moksha

2014 Moksha: Syrah 39%, Malbec 18%, Mourverdre 18%, Gernache 18%, Viognier 7%. OLIVER, BC

A Second Look at Washington Syrah - NYTimes.com

Washington state syrahs, arrayed for a tasting in New York. Washington growers have continued to invest in syrah, and though some producers continue to treat the varietal as a stand-in for cabernet sauvignon, a select few are producing noteworthy bottles.

B.C. wine of the week: Black Hills Syrah 2012

Okanagan offering is youthful and tight but should be fine with another two years in bottle.

2012 Cab Franc | Baillie-Grohman Estate Winery

2012 Cab Franc | Baillie-Grohman Estate Winery

Le Veux Pin Syrah 2011 Cuvee Violette, as the name suggests, displays the perfumed and floral side of this very noble grape variety. Palate is silky  smooth thanks to a gentle ferment with focus on allowing the feminine qualities of Syrah to come to foreground. This wine is  meant for drinking upon release or can be aged for mid term (5-7 years).

Le Veux Pin Syrah 2011 Cuvee Violette, as the name suggests, displays the perfumed and floral side of this very noble grape variety. Palate is silky smooth thanks to a gentle ferment with focus on allowing the feminine qualities of Syrah to come to foreground. This wine is meant for drinking upon release or can be aged for mid term (5-7 years).

Le Vieux Pin Petit Rouge 2011 a more accessible drink upon release. Petit Rouge offers a big bang for your buck.  The palate is lively and harmonious. Great balance of fruit, tannin and acid, makes this wine quite versatile. Perfect for any occasion, which was our intention in creating this wine.  2011 blend consists of mostly Syrah and Merlot with a dash of Gamay Noir added to soften the palate, bring some crunchy red fruits to the mix and make for a more well rounded yet complex wine.

Le Vieux Pin Petit Rouge 2011 a more accessible drink upon release. Petit Rouge offers a big bang for your buck. The palate is lively and harmonious. Great balance of fruit, tannin and acid, makes this wine quite versatile. Perfect for any occasion, which was our intention in creating this wine. 2011 blend consists of mostly Syrah and Merlot with a dash of Gamay Noir added to soften the palate, bring some crunchy red fruits to the mix and make for a more well rounded yet complex wine.

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