First time. Pretty good — 2 months ago
Cassis, cherry and smoke nose. Doesn't require much airing/decenting. Earth, leather and oak opens into a mellow, semi-dry finish. Lasting elderberry, strawberry and mushroom. Quaffable, Where's my straw? — 3 months ago
This Duriff (Petite Syrah) is actually produced in the Barossa Valley of Australia. Calabria is the name of family who founded the winery. A powerful and dense wine that is somewhat soft and subtle at the same time. Big aromas and flavors of blackberry, bakers chocolate and vanilla oak. Beautiful structure and depth. Firm grained tannins with a long warming finish. Solid. — 5 months ago
Big, bold and strong. The 2010 consumed in 2021 is certainly ripe and ready to go. Plum, figs and plenty of spice, it’s pretty hard to fault this if you like a big reds from the Barossa — 23 days ago
Ok this is one of those thick bottles that got ripped in my wine cellar so it is the petite Sirah (read durif )(a natural cross of Peloursin X Syrah - I believe Francois Durif is the one that discovered and observed it - any way big tannins subtle spice black fruits earth - for me a nicely made wine just not super interesting — 2 months ago
This is good you will like — 2 days ago
A deep inhalation of retrospective thought…. And raspberry cooli
A very dense wine, this Durif/Syrah split - heavy and beautiful. Blueberry seed, raspberries, cherry skins. Fresh eucalyptus, powdery tannins, high and impressive acids.
Wash state for the win again.
Delicious. — a month ago
Peppery. Very nice!👌🏿 — 3 months ago