Mutt Lynch Winery Syrah Dry Creek Valley Canis Major Unti Vineyard 2006
Brenda's Winemaking. Fermentation took place in an open top tank, with 3x per day punch-downs. The wine was barreled down dirty and malolactic fermentation took place in barrel. Brenda’s oak regime was 100% French, with approximately 40% new Bel Air barrels. The wine spent 23 months in barrel before its August bottling.
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Seductive aromas of wild strawberry jam. Definitely ripe red fruits for this vintage; always ‘wild’ in the sense of the hint of herbs and spice that complex the wine’s core fruit expression. A full entry, mouth-filling with sweet viscosity and ripe tannins. A broad, full-bodied finish with chewy tannins. The wine is still quite young in its evolution.
192 cases produced.
Aged 20 months in French Oak.
Notes: 40% new
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