With Syrah blended into Bordeaux varieties, this wine has a dry mouthfeel that carries complexity from entry to finish. It's fruity, but young, and true to its southerly Oak Knoll terroir, which is harder, more tannic and acidic, than further north. Try holding for a year or two to soften and sweeten.
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