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Wavelength Stagecoach Vineyard Syrah Blend

8.47 ratings
9.11 pro ratings
Napa Valley, California, USA
Syrah, Cabernet Franc, Petit Verdot
Top Notes For
TheSkip

Structured blend Syrah with cab franc and petit Verdot. Not as approachable as I would have thought at this point.

Structured blend Syrah with cab franc and petit Verdot. Not as approachable as I would have thought at this point.

Feb 21st, 2019
Willie Carter

Deep ruby with medium cherry undertones. Huge nose of cherries, blackberries, vanilla, and floral aromas. This is a big boy. Everything about this wine is big, which can get out of control quickly. Not here however, there’s a level of refinement and finesse that so many bottles can’t achieve. There’s also a cleanness and purity of the fruit that is remarkable. The blend of Syrah, Cab Franc, and Petit Verdot is such a strange and beautiful move and it works so well. More clean fruit on the palate with dark fruits, a hint of strawberry, mint, smoky tobacco, and even a little leather. Big and beautiful, this is a bruiser of a wine.

Deep ruby with medium cherry undertones. Huge nose of cherries, blackberries, vanilla, and floral aromas. This is a big boy. Everything about this wine is big, which can get out of control quickly. Not here however, there’s a level of refinement and finesse that so many bottles can’t achieve. There’s also a cleanness and purity of the fruit that is remarkable. The blend of Syrah, Cab Franc, and Petit Verdot is such a strange and beautiful move and it works so well. More clean fruit on the palate with dark fruits, a hint of strawberry, mint, smoky tobacco, and even a little leather. Big and beautiful, this is a bruiser of a wine.

Jul 28th, 2018
Jonathan Salky

Went great with ribs

Went great with ribs

Jul 10th, 2018
Jamelle Legaspi

This really drinks like a sub $20 bottle. It might just be my pallette, but it’s just not there. Why do people like this? Is it better at the vineyard? The acidity level is off the charts. Seriously, if you are not drinking this at the vineyard itself where they can personally vouch for this to your face, do not trust other reviews about this. It tastes like all the leftovers from all their other wines thrown into one and then they markup the price to you the unsuspecting customer. Don’t be fooled people. Pass on this.

This really drinks like a sub $20 bottle. It might just be my pallette, but it’s just not there. Why do people like this? Is it better at the vineyard? The acidity level is off the charts. Seriously, if you are not drinking this at the vineyard itself where they can personally vouch for this to your face, do not trust other reviews about this. It tastes like all the leftovers from all their other wines thrown into one and then they markup the price to you the unsuspecting customer. Don’t be fooled people. Pass on this.

Feb 25th, 2018
Jamelle Legaspi

I don't know why his is rated so high. The initial taste after I opened the bottle was really off on the ph, like not acidic at all. I had to let it sit for 1 hr to become drinkable. It's not bad, but I really would not get this again. It's like a sub $14 wine to me. Maybe it's better at the tasting room, but I had it delivered to me, and I would not repeat.

I don't know why his is rated so high. The initial taste after I opened the bottle was really off on the ph, like not acidic at all. I had to let it sit for 1 hr to become drinkable. It's not bad, but I really would not get this again. It's like a sub $14 wine to me. Maybe it's better at the tasting room, but I had it delivered to me, and I would not repeat.

Oct 21st, 2017
Jay Kline

Jay had this 4 years ago

Jay had this 4 years ago

Oct 27th, 2017
Jim Glass

Jim had this 3 years ago

Jim had this 3 years ago

May 16th, 2018