Wine Spectator 93 Point Score for 2009 Reininger Syrah!
It is cold, grey, and pretty uninspiring outside which makes it understandable why people who live in northern climates have a reputation for being big drinkers (Scandinavians, Brits, Irish, Germans, Pacific Northwesterners…). I, for one, will not settle most days for just any slop, so it’s good news that our 2009 Syrah, which was just release over Holiday Barrel weekend, now has a 93 point Wine Spectator score and a 92 point Wine Enthusiast score to add to it’s already delicious accolades. While I don’t promote excessive wine drinking, I do promote drinking something if it is delicious, which the 2009 Reininger Syrah is. We only made a few hundred cases which have been flying out the door to distributors and wine clubbers. Act quickly by calling Brooke at 509.522.1994 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you want to experience the deliciousness for yourself!
Here is the technical info:
Blend: 100% Syrah
Vineyards: Pepperbridge, Seven Hills
Cooperage: 100% French
Bottle: September 2011
Aromas of soy sauce, sesame oil, plum sauce, blueberry pie and lavender!
Palate: silky smooth texture and medium bodied. Flavors of blueberry, black pepper, cumin, orange peel. A spicy wine with nice balance.