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Reynvaan Family Vineyards’ 2010 Syrahs

 

There’s no need to look into a crystal ball: Reynvaan will get high scores for their new 2010 Syrahs. How do we know? Because the 2010s are every bit as good as the blockbuster 2008s and because Reynvaan’s star is on the rise.

http://www.northwest-wine.com/Reynvaan-intherocks_2010-230p.jpg Reynvaan "In the Rocks" Syrah 2010 labelReynvaan Family Vineyards
“In The Rocks” Syrah 2010

$49.45 in any 12 bottle order or Build a Case* ($54.95 retail)
Very engaging. The Viognier component lifts the aromas right out of the glass. This is the most forward of the three Syrahs showing dark, vibrant, sweet black raspberry and and liquid stone notes towards the finish. – Marcus

In the Rocks brings together the soft characteristics of Viognier with the Syrah to create wonderful aromatics of truffles, leather, braised meats, Kalamata olives and sweet shortbread cookies. – the winery

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“The Contender” Syrah 2010

$58.45 in any 12 bottle order or Build a Case* ($64.95 retail)
The most powerful of the three Syrahs and the most multidimensional, mixing dense black fruit with a lively burst of fresh peach, with background notes of white flowers, stones and salted meat. I love the deep bass note and spice thread that carries the finish. – Marcus

The Contender brings strong scents of clove, seared meats, pencil shavings, red jam and white flowers. The length and minerality on the palate has great depth and shows the distinct terroir of our vineyards. – the winery

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“The Unnamed” Syrah 2010

$49.45 in any 12 bottle order or Build a Case* ($54.95 retail)
Fascinating “rocks” Syrah, showing Asian spices, cured olive, smoked meat, fig, dark cherry and baked plum. The supple texture makes this drink beautifully right out of the gate. – Marcus

You will taste pure terroir with the 2010 “The Unnamed” Syrah. The terroir is expressed in the flavor – with hints of shattered stone, crushed fig, anise and raspberry. This wine has a fantastic mouth feel with a long finish. – the winery

below, Reynvaan in the fall

Reynvaan Family VineyardAuthor: Jean Yates

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