Lailey Vineyard

Impromptu Unfiltered Syrah

8.96 ratings
8.92 pro ratings
Niagara River, Niagara Peninsula, Ontario, Canada
Syrah
Pork, Squash & Root Vegetables, Chili & Hot Spicy, White Fish, Fruit Desserts, Meaty & Oily Fish, Duck, Goat & Feta Cheese, Blue Cheese
Top Notes For
Riccardo L.

Past prime, but still delicious as ever. Definitely has niagara all over the nose. The minerality defines it. Tastes like the escarpment.

Past prime, but still delicious as ever. Definitely has niagara all over the nose. The minerality defines it. Tastes like the escarpment.

Oct 15th, 2019
Riccardo L.

This is CANADIAN?!?!? Wow. Absolutely delicious!

This is CANADIAN?!?!? Wow. Absolutely delicious!

Nov 23rd, 2014
Anthony Pro

It’s on the decline. Had this five years ago, and again last year. I think last year was it’s peak. Still fantastic, and one of my favourite Niagara wines.

It’s on the decline. Had this five years ago, and again last year. I think last year was it’s peak. Still fantastic, and one of my favourite Niagara wines.

Oct 15th, 2019
Anthony Pro

I have never tried a wine like this. I can't even describe the taste. There's a touch of spice and a hint of tobacco. I love this wine.

I have never tried a wine like this. I can't even describe the taste. There's a touch of spice and a hint of tobacco. I love this wine.

Sep 11th, 2015
Jonathan Steeves

Tasted the 2012 vintage in 2015. This wine is young and has even greater potential with aging. The wine offers a cedar experience, baking spices, black pepper, and red berries. Suggest pairing with rosemary ham, lamb shank, cream based pepper steak and Mexican fajitas. Recommend waiting to enjoy its full potential 2018-2023.

Tasted the 2012 vintage in 2015. This wine is young and has even greater potential with aging. The wine offers a cedar experience, baking spices, black pepper, and red berries. Suggest pairing with rosemary ham, lamb shank, cream based pepper steak and Mexican fajitas. Recommend waiting to enjoy its full potential 2018-2023.

Jul 11th, 2015
Annette Bruley

Ontario Syrah with a bit of petit Verdot and Malbec but mostly Syrah shines through. And it's pretty and crunchy and delicious. I love Lailey.

Ontario Syrah with a bit of petit Verdot and Malbec but mostly Syrah shines through. And it's pretty and crunchy and delicious. I love Lailey.

Mar 30th, 2015