Cayuse Vineyards - 2018 - En Cerise Vineyard Syrah - 750 ml. – finding.wine
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Cayuse Vineyards - 2018 - En Cerise Vineyard Syrah - 750 ml.

$146.95
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Country: USA

Region: Washington

Sub Region: Walla Walla Valley

Varietal: Syrah

Vintage: 2018 - Size: 750 ml. - Type: Red

Perhaps you’ve heard the almost mythical story, how the brash, young French Vigneron visited the then little-known town called Walla Walla and fell in love with a few acres of seemingly useless, stone-covered farmland. While the nay-sayers nayed, Christophe Baron deftly turned that field of stones into the acclaimed Cayuse Vineyards. And the rest, as they say, is history—and a whole lot of spectacular wine. Cayuse is a Domaine located in the Stones of the Walla Walla Valley. Over the past 20 years, Christophe has made it his mission to craft food-friendly wines of incredible depth, individuality, and character—all from fruit grown entirely using biodynamic farming methods.
SKU: A4687
Robert Parker: 94+

Displaying a deep ruby core and magenta rim, the 2018 Syrah en Cerise bursts with elements of smoked meats, black pepper, umami, dried tobacco and smoked pipe before elements of black raspberry, dusty cherry and spiced plum compote sway out of the glass. Medium to full-bodied, the palate shows impeccable balance with a fine mineral tension followed by elements of smoked herbs, dusty lavender and hints of summer sausage across the mid-palate with youthful tannins. The wine concludes with a wonderfully expressive finish with elements of roasted herbs, cold firepit and cured meats. The wine should continue to drink well for the next decade. —Anthony Mueller, The Wine Advocate

James Suckling: 96

Blueberries, violets, charcoal, peppercorn, thyme and dried oregano on the nose. Mushroom and earth, too. It’s full-bodied with firm, well-integrated tannins. Salty and juicy. So concentrated in flavor, yet fresh and refined, with great length. Drink or hold. —James Suckling, jamessuckling.com

Wine Spectator: 95

Handsomely structured, with an appealing hint of wild game, this red unfolds deliberately with blueberry, river stone and pepper accents. Drink now through 2030. —Tim Fish, Wine Spectator

Wine Enthusiast: 94

Brooding aromas of raspberry, green stem, ember, sea salt, funk, grilled meat, hoisin sauce and blood are followed by potpourri and red fruit flavors that completely coat the palate. It shows a lot of grace and appeal, carrying on the flower- and olive-filled finish. Decant or give it some time in the cellar to see it at its best. —Sean Sullivan, Wine Enthusiast

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