Gordon Estate

Estate Grown Columbia Valley Syrah

8.945 ratings
8.65 pro ratings
Columbia Valley, Oregon/Washington, USA
Syrah
Top Notes For
Adam Jesberger

For a 20$ syrah this is excellent. It has everything from blue fruit to smoked game. Not bad at all!

For a 20$ syrah this is excellent. It has everything from blue fruit to smoked game. Not bad at all!

Sep 11th, 2015
Jeff Sidwell

Owner Bon! Gourmet

8.2

Quite thin not much in there. Maybe it was a bad bottle

Quite thin not much in there. Maybe it was a bad bottle

Sep 8th, 2015
Bryant Bickel

Its good to great but I just like my velvet by the yard from Washington.

Its good to great but I just like my velvet by the yard from Washington.

Feb 27th, 2015
Marc Stein

It's ok. A lot of fruit, a little game, a good bit of pepper...not crazy complex and ready to drink. Trying btl 2, oh the American oak is crazy

It's ok. A lot of fruit, a little game, a good bit of pepper...not crazy complex and ready to drink. Trying btl 2, oh the American oak is crazy

Nov 4th, 2014
Amanda Sussex

Delicious, give it an hour or so to breathe. Even good a day after opening.

Delicious, give it an hour or so to breathe. Even good a day after opening.

Jun 8th, 2017
Peter J.

1388

Mar 26th, 2014
Eric Hoffmann

This definitely needed some air. Not my favorite Syrah, but not a bad one either.

This definitely needed some air. Not my favorite Syrah, but not a bad one either.

Mar 2nd, 2017
Matt Trader, TWP

I do enjoy a good Syrah from good ol' Washington. Soft nose for a Syrah, typical notes of gamey grilled meat, herbs, and nutmeg spices. Less oaky than previous vintages which I liked, exhibiting ripe blueberries, cocoa, dried herbs, and a smooth lacey tannin to the finish. Good value in the $20 department, but I think I'd enjoy a Croze-Hermitage for the same money a little more. Goes well with a good burger though!

I do enjoy a good Syrah from good ol' Washington. Soft nose for a Syrah, typical notes of gamey grilled meat, herbs, and nutmeg spices. Less oaky than previous vintages which I liked, exhibiting ripe blueberries, cocoa, dried herbs, and a smooth lacey tannin to the finish. Good value in the $20 department, but I think I'd enjoy a Croze-Hermitage for the same money a little more. Goes well with a good burger though!

Dec 5th, 2016
Al Sears

Really tasty and balanced for a $20 Syrah. Great value!

Really tasty and balanced for a $20 Syrah. Great value!

Dec 1st, 2016
Joe Gillies

A softer more elegant style and a bit thin. Blackberry plum and a touch of mocha.

A softer more elegant style and a bit thin. Blackberry plum and a touch of mocha.

Nov 22nd, 2016