Novy Family Wines Syrah Santa Lucia Highlands 2007

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Bright, lively and fairly deep in keenly defined blackberry fruit, this well-balanced bottling is the smoothest of th...

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Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board
Harrisburg, PA (2,400 mi)
USD 13.49
375ml
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Utah Dept of Alcoholic Beverage Control
Salt Lake City, UT (700 mi)
USD 19.07
750ml
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Earthy with spice and a pine aroma. Nice balance, good acidity, dark fruit, spice and nice long finish. Really, really, really like this wine and... Read more

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Snooth User: John Andrews
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4.00 5
12/21/2010

Earthy with spice and a pine aroma. Nice balance, good acidity, dark fruit, spice and nice long finish. Really, really, really like this wine and a great value!


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01/18/2011

Winemaker's Notes:

Bright, lively and fairly deep in keenly defined blackberry fruit, this well-balanced bottling is the smoothest of the several new Novy Syrahs, and its combination of richness and vitality make it a wine to watch. It emphasizes fruit over spice and is filled out by nicely fit oak, and, if it is not a brooding behemoth that demands fairly lengthy keeping, it is certain to gain further refinement over the next three to five years.

Bright, lively and fairly deep in keenly defined blackberry fruit, this well-balanced bottling is the smoothest of the several new Novy Syrahs, and its combination of richness and vitality make it a wine to watch. It emphasizes fruit over spice and is filled out by nicely fit oak, and, if it is not a brooding behemoth that demands fairly lengthy keeping, it is certain to gain further refinement over the next three to five years.

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