Scholium Project

Androkteinos Hudson Vineyards Syrah

8.928 ratings
8.97 pro ratings
California, USA
Syrah
Lamb
Top Notes For
Ryan Mullins

Houston, we have a problem

Houston, we have a problem

Dec 20th, 2017
Greg Gregory

Wowsa! That's a big chunk of wine. Hammer and chisel time. Give it a decade at least.

Wowsa! That's a big chunk of wine. Hammer and chisel time. Give it a decade at least.

Dec 18th, 2015
Paul Costigan

Founder Courtier Wines

9.1

Beneath the rich dense fruit, are the dark licorice notes.

Beneath the rich dense fruit, are the dark licorice notes.

Mar 10th, 2015
Chris Leon

All of the black olives.

All of the black olives.

Aug 28th, 2014
Jay Miner

Black olive, green beans, rust. Just a giant wine, and could sit for another few years comfortably. Decanted for a good stretch, and it was still going strong on the second night (maybe even better than night one?).

Black olive, green beans, rust. Just a giant wine, and could sit for another few years comfortably. Decanted for a good stretch, and it was still going strong on the second night (maybe even better than night one?).

Feb 11th, 2019
Steve Anderson

Always a great expression of Hudson Vineyard Syrah. Sadly, the last vintage. Scholium release tasting with @Abe Schoener in LA.

Always a great expression of Hudson Vineyard Syrah. Sadly, the last vintage. Scholium release tasting with @Abe Schoener in LA.

Mar 13th, 2016
Sara Henson

´┐╝Fabulously fun puzzling wine! The nose is amazing but it doesn't reflect 100% on the pallet. The nose is beautiful- silky hints of dark fruits and licorice. The taste starts soft but finishes bubble-gummy- fun to drink right now but will be amazing if it sits for a few!

´┐╝Fabulously fun puzzling wine! The nose is amazing but it doesn't reflect 100% on the pallet. The nose is beautiful- silky hints of dark fruits and licorice. The taste starts soft but finishes bubble-gummy- fun to drink right now but will be amazing if it sits for a few!

Sep 26th, 2015
Ryan Nielsen

Nose was very vinegary after opening, but the poured glasses were quite interesting. As a friend says: "it reminds me of climbing Kilimanjaro." Very tropical tastes like green papaya, raw banana, with surprising tannins and acid. Absolutely worth a try!

Nose was very vinegary after opening, but the poured glasses were quite interesting. As a friend says: "it reminds me of climbing Kilimanjaro." Very tropical tastes like green papaya, raw banana, with surprising tannins and acid. Absolutely worth a try!

Jan 9th, 2014
Sam Goldsmith

Best nose ever! In the rich bramble, prune, blood vein. Palate lovely with good acidity.

Best nose ever! In the rich bramble, prune, blood vein. Palate lovely with good acidity.

Nov 19th, 2013
Michael Davenport

One of the most bizarre and fascinating wines I've ever tasted. I thought I knew bloody, meaty mineral Syrah from my love of Washington Syrah like Cayuse and Reynvaan but Wow. I guess it should be no surprise for the Slayer of Men

One of the most bizarre and fascinating wines I've ever tasted. I thought I knew bloody, meaty mineral Syrah from my love of Washington Syrah like Cayuse and Reynvaan but Wow. I guess it should be no surprise for the Slayer of Men

Aug 9th, 2013