Gramercy Cellars

Gramercy Cellars

Columbia Valley Syrah 2014

Initially, light, fruity and juicy. Good length with nice tannin bite on the finish. — 3 days ago

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The Deuce Syrah 2014

Purchased at the winery in 2018. A beautifully balanced wine. Nose integrates bright, ripe red berry fruit and vaguely smoky, cracked stone minerality. Mouthfilling flavors are on the more savory side, with iodine, loads of stones, and some dry cherry liqueur notes lingering in the finish. Good acidity and there are some tannins there, but they’re super soft. This is actually seems more northern Rhône in style than Walla Walla. Really fine. — 2 months ago

Rebecca Anne Casagrande
with Rebecca
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Lower East Columbia Valley Cabernet Sauvignon 2018

Very enjoyable wine. Unable to purchase in my state but picked it up on my travels and was delighted. — 3 months ago

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Sola Gratia Sangiovese 2017

extremely quaffable. pairs well with fatty meat (delmonico) and stewed tomatoes — 7 days ago

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L'idiot du Village Columbia Valley Red Rhone Blend 2017

Really smooth and drinkable! Fruity, vanilla/oak... вкусно! — 2 months ago

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Holy Roller Vineyard Syrah 2017

So fresh and balanced. — 2 months ago

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Walla Walla Valley Syrah 2016

92-93. Great balance at a great price point. Acidity is nice — 4 months ago

Skip, Daniel and 18 others liked this

Château Ducru-Beaucaillou

Saint-Julien Red Bordeaux Blend 1986

1986 Ducru Beaucailou. BYOB at Gramercy Tavern (only $35 corkage!). What a great wine enjoyed with a great friend. Slow evolution over the course of a 150+ minute tasting menu. Also paired with the wines of the house that night, but they were for drinking, this was for sipping. Cedar, tobacco, mushrooms and earth on the nose. Still excellent fruit for a 35 year old wine. This wine could go on for decades. — a month ago

Eric, Ira and 13 others liked this

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Lagniappe Columbia Valley Syrah 2010

Shay A
9.3

Initially, my comment was this isn’t a style of Syrah I seek out. Not that it isn’t delicious (because it is), but normally from WA/OR, I want some funk. That being said, the more I drank from the bottle, the more I scratched my head thinking “wow, this is better than I thought”. This is an in between of cool climate Cali Syrah + non funk driven WA state Syrah. I didn’t pick up a lot of stem inclusion here regarding greenness. Cracked black pepper, black currant, loads of violet/potpourri and some spiced jelly aromatics. The palate, over the course of 8hrs in the bottle, blossomed to a profile of herb crusted blackberries, jerky, spiced rhubarb and a crunchy/tannic bite on the finish that brings you back to Syrah. Delicious now, but probably has another 2-3yrs until peak. — 2 months ago

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Paul T- Huntington Beach

Paul T- Huntington Beach

Took you 8 hours to drink 1 bottle🤷🏼‍♂️,
Deborah M

Deborah M

Great note.