Our deepest, darkest Le Sol yet. Opaque core, with irridescent rim. The earth, fruits and florals all get expression ...Read more...
Food Pairings for Craggy Range Syrah le Sol
Editorial Reviews for Craggy Range Syrah le Sol
Hard on the nose with complex layered aromas of violet pastille, dried beef, pressed flowers and white pepper. Nicely ripe in the mouth with a really precise feel. This is quite perfumed in the mouth and, while the texture is pleasantly rigid, the fruit is quite expressive and elegant. Clean and fresh with red plums, pepper and spice flavors on the mid-palate that extend through the moderately long finish. 91pts
Our deepest, darkest Le Sol yet. Opaque core, with irridescent rim. The earth, fruits and florals all get expression here; scorched earth, dark plum, aniseed, thyme and lavender marry for an incredibly intense and complex bouquet. The palate is multi-layered with dry granite-like tannins, tempered by succulent ripe fruit and integrated oak notes. Almost blueberry pie richness but with the cut of structural acid and tannin. Our best yet.
|Total Acidity: 6 grams per liter|
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