Woodinville Wine Cellars 2003 Syrah (Washington)

Good effort in the dark, syrupy vein of Washington Syrah. The scents are ripe and somewhat raisiny, almost Port-like, but the oak has been reined in and the wine reflects the character of the vintage, which was quite warm. The flavors are dense with mincemeat pie, rum raisin, prune, soy and chocolate, a veritable baker's box of spices. Notes of cherry tobacco lead into dry, herbal tannins; hot and assertive, yet packed with flavor. Paul Gregutt

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