Black Bart Bounty Syrah 2006
Bottle Size: 750 mlVineyard: Stagecoach VineyardVarietal Composition: Syrah, with a small amount of ViognierRating: 91 points, Wine SpectatorWinemaker's Notes: Purple ink in color. Sweet aromas of blueberries, black raspberries, and lavender as well as bacon fat and graphite. The palate is big and unctuous with mouth-filling flavors of raspberries, black raspberries, blueberries, vanilla, and smoky oak. The tannins transition seamlessly across teh palate of this full-bodied wine, with a strong and persistent finish. Great with green peppercorn duck terrine or roasted venison. Enjoy now through 2015.
The hunt to find unrivaled vineyard land led Dr. Jan Krupp high into Napa Valley’s eastern hills to a harsh mountain site, strewn with rocks and choked with chaparral, straddling Pritchard Hill and the Atlas Peak appellation. A physician with a green thumb and a passion for great wine, Krupp purchased a 41-acre property here in 1991 and began clearing the land for his new vineyard.
Lot 18 My Account Log Out Shipping to Texas Products 0items in your cart 2006 Black Bart Bounty Syrah Syrah • Napa Valley • Red Wine Critically acclaimed Syrah from the founder of Stagecoach Vineyards Sale expired on March 1, 2011Sale Closed Critic Reviews WINE SPECTATOR90 “Tight and firm, with mineral, sage, dried berry, pepper and spice presented in a compact, concentrated style. Needs time. Best from 2009 through 2016. 1,125 cases made.” – James Laube (Dec 08) Krupp Brothers Website Availability Krupp Brothers ships to the following states: Alaska, Arizona, California, Colorado, Connecticut, District of Columbia, Florida, Georgia, Hawaii, Iowa, Illinois, Kansas, Louisiana, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, North Carolina, Nebraska, New Hampshire, New Mexico, Nevada, New York, Ohio, Oregon, South Carolina, Texas, Washington, Wisconsin, Wyoming Share this offer Lot18 Review Stagecoach Vineyard needs no introduction to our faithful Lot18 members. One of Napa’s most prestigious vineyards, we’ve been fortunate to feature a myriad of its classic wines. Today’s offer comes from the architect of Stagecoach himself, Dr. Jan Krupp with his Black Bart's Bounty Syrah. Widely acclaimed for the stunning richness and depth that Syrah from Stagecoach and Krupp Brothers Vineyards achieve, the Black Bart’s Bounty Syrah promises greatness. Only the best blocks of Syrah from the steep volcanic vineyard peaks make this ultra-low production gem. The 2006 Black Bart’s Bounty is vibrant new world Syrah;deep garnet in color with a slight tint of black running through its core. Pure aromas of dusty blackberry, blueberry compote, roasted fennel, toasted baking spices and white pepper dominate the aroma. Concentrated finishing notes of smoked bacon and a core of rich mineralityadd complexity to the wild dark berry and violet flavors on the palate. Enjoy this amazing effort with a wide variety of grilled meats and wild game such as blackberry-glazed seared Venison loin. Stagecoach Vineyard: History The hunt to find unrivaled vineyard land led Dr. Jan Krupp, a physician with a green thumb and a passion for great wine, high into Napa Valley’s eastern hills in 1991 to a harsh mountain site strewn with rocks and choked with chaparral. Straddling the Pritchard Hilland the Atlas Peak appellation and stretching over 1,100 contiguous, undulating acres: Jan was positive that the varied terrain of rocky, volcanic soils would be ideal for growing world-class wine grapes. A half-million tons of rock and debris later, the Krupp Brothers (Jan’s brother Bart joined the team shortly after the original purchase of the property) had carved three of Napa Valley’s most esteemed vineyards out of what had once been considered virtual wilderness: the original Krupp Vineyard, Krupp Brothers Vineyard, and the legendary Stagecoach Vineyard. Surrounded by established neighbors Bryant Family, Dalla Valle, and Chappellet, the Krupps’ low-yielding vines today produce fruit sought after by some of the valley’s most iconic wineries such as Paul Hobbs, Cain, Caymus and Realm to name just a few. Krupp Brothers wines are extremely low productionbut undoubtedly the best wine that the vineyard has to offer. —Kevin Boyer Kevin Boyer has 16 years of wine experience, most recently as VP of beverage for Ruth's Chris Steak House, inc. as well as being co-founder of the critically-acclaimed boutique Napa Valley winery, BOYANCI. Kevin is a nationally recognized sommelier with affiliations to the Court of Master Sommeliers, Society of Wine Educators and many other global wine organizations.
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