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Myriad Petaluma Gap Sangiacomo Vineyard. Syrah 2016

Member Review by EMark:

A pretty big, mouth-filling wine. Red fruit, some earthiness, some herbal hints. Moderate tannin. noticeable acid. I like this wine, I suspect that the other bottle that I have in storage will improve over the years. I'm not going to wait very many years, though.

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Winery: Myriad Cellars  
Color: Red
Varietal: Syrah
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Myriad Cellars:
Mike started his winemaking career under the direction of Thomas Brown in 2001. Traveling from Portland Oregon, Mike worked each crush "free of charge" to learn his craft. Following his 3rd harvest, Mike accepted a full-time assistant position from Thomas and moved his family to St. Helena. Today, Mike continues to work with Thomas on several labels( i.e. Schrader, Rivers-Marie, Maybach & Tamb... Read more
Mike started his winemaking career under the direction of Thomas Brown in 2001. Traveling from Portland Oregon, Mike worked each crush "free of charge" to learn his craft. Following his 3rd harvest, Mike accepted a full-time assistant position from Thomas and moved his family to St. Helena. Today, Mike continues to work with Thomas on several labels( i.e. Schrader, Rivers-Marie, Maybach & Tamber Bey.) The Myriad wines are custom crushed along side these greats...showcasing Mike's talents and stylistic "purist" approach to winemaking. Read less

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Snooth User: EMark
8478048,355
3.50 5
04/08/2019

A pretty big, mouth-filling wine. Red fruit, some earthiness, some herbal hints. Moderate tannin. noticeable acid. I like this wine, I suspect that the other bottle that I have in storage will improve over the years. I'm not going to wait very many years, though.


Snooth User: EMark
8478048,355
4.00 5
Vintage: 2014 02/13/2018

This wine opens with a terrific hit of tart stone fruit—plum. Certainly, a full-bodied wine. However, moderate, at the maximum, on the tannin which is balanced by moderate, at the maximum, acid. I find this a fun-to-drink wine that doesn’t require a ton of oenological esoterica to enjoy.



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