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Zaca Mesa Winery Syrah 2003

Winemaker's Notes:

Displays rich blackberry, cassis and sage spice aromas and flavors. The finish lingers from the ripe tannins and smoky oak. This full-bodied wine should be enjoyed over the next ten years. A traditional pairing for this wine is a leg of lamb marinated in rosemary and garlic. However, a peppercorn steak or mushroom risotto would work incredibly well.

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Zaca Mesa Winery:
Zaca Mesa Winery, located in the Santa Ynez Valley of Santa Barbara County, California, is dedicated to estate grown and bottled Rhône varietal wines. They hand craft their wines with integrity using traditional methods from grapes sustainably grown in their vineyard. Since 1973, they have farmed and nurtured their vineyard to produce wines that are true to the unique spirit of their land.

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Snooth User: drdebs
6497901
4.00 5
04/22/2007

Intriguing floral aromas and a grip of tannins amid the berries in this syrah. Will improve with age. Give it a year or so.


Snooth User: travelgal415
8105933
4.00 5
07/28/2008

For the price, this syrah is fabulous. Tons of fruit, Zaca Mesa makes a very consistent Syrah. Berry, oak and vanilla.


External Reviews for Zaca Mesa Winery Syrah

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Source: The Wine Closet
10/16/2008

Displays rich blackberry, cassis and sage spice aromas and flavors. The finish lingers from the ripe tannins and smoky oak. This full-bodied wine should be enjoyed over the next ten years. A traditional pairing for this wine is a leg of lamb marinated in rosemary and garlic. However, a peppercorn steak or mushroom risotto would work incredibly well.



Displays rich blackberry, cassis and sage spice aromas and flavors. The finish lingers from the ripe tannins and smoky oak. This full-bodied wine should be enjoyed over the next ten years. A traditional pairing for this wine is a leg of lamb marinated in rosemary and garlic. However, a peppercorn steak or mushroom risotto would work incredibly well.

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