Rowland 2001 Red Triangle Mountainside Syrah (Napa Valley)

There's a lot of new, smoky oak on this wine, to judge from the burst of smoky caramel and vanilla, but the underlying fruit is big enough to carry it. Ripe blackberries, sweet, spicy plums, raw red meat, dark chocolate and espresso, white pepper and a hint of leather flood the mouth. The tannins are bigtime, and ageable.

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