Piedrasassi's Syrah Santa Barbara County is a blend of two great vineyards; Patterson (78%) and Casa Cassara (22%). Fermentation is 70% whole cluster, with ageing in neutral wood to preserve freshness and short term enjoyment. Only 273 cases were produced.
|Format:||6 x 750ml|
|Region:||Santa Barbara, CA|
91-93 POINTS, VINOUS
The 2017 Syrah Sebastiano-Patterson is bold, punchy and forward, all of which give it tremendous appeal. Succulent red cherry, spice, blood orange and exotic floral notes abound. I very much admire the purity of the fruit here. I expect this bottling will acquire even more complexity as the vines age.
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