Zenaida Cellars

Syrah

9.12 ratings
-no pro ratings
Paso Robles, Central Coast, California, USA
Syrah
Top Notes For
Ming Liang

A ripe black fruit core hides behind a pretty floral scent opening, then the nose slowly reveals blackberry, thyme, smoked meat, black tea, and light black pepper. Supple and smooth on the palate with a sweet undertone. Wish for a brighter acidity, but the lightly minty taste make it feel fresh still. Lingering sweet and spicy finish.
Zenaida is another small winery in Paso Robles that I like very much, so much so that I join their wine club, the one and only wine club I joined.

A ripe black fruit core hides behind a pretty floral scent opening, then the nose slowly reveals blackberry, thyme, smoked meat, black tea, and light black pepper. Supple and smooth on the palate with a sweet undertone. Wish for a brighter acidity, but the lightly minty taste make it feel fresh still. Lingering sweet and spicy finish.
Zenaida is another small winery in Paso Robles that I like very much, so much so that I join their wine club, the one and only wine club I joined.

Jan 25th, 2020
Lawrence Asrikin

The 2017 vintage is much better than the last two. First impression has that Aussie Shiraz notes: coffee cream, vanilla laced dark fruits. Some acidity on the palate but isn’t overwhelming. More unexpectedly complex floral notes show up after few minutes in the glass.

The 2017 vintage is much better than the last two. First impression has that Aussie Shiraz notes: coffee cream, vanilla laced dark fruits. Some acidity on the palate but isn’t overwhelming. More unexpectedly complex floral notes show up after few minutes in the glass.

Aug 22nd, 2019