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Sine Qua Non Distenta I Syrah 2019

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Vintage: 2019
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Sine Qua Non Distenta I Syrah 2019, a red wine, uses grapes sourced from few vineyards based in the Central Coast AVA in California. Predominantly Syrah grape varietal, this wine also uses small percentage of other red grapes like 3% Mourvedre, 5.2% Petite Sirah, 6.2% Grenache, 1.4% Muscat, 0.6% Petit Manseng in the mix. The winemaker of all Sine Qua Non wines is Manfred Krankl. The wine was aged for around  23 months in French oak, 43% new.

2 reviews for Sine Qua Non Distenta I Syrah 2019

  1. WA

    The 2019 Syrah Distenta I is composed of 83.6% Syrah, 3% Mourvedre, 5.2% Petite Sirah, 6.2% Grenache, 1.4% Muscat and 0.6% Petit Manseng. “I think Muscat is the number-one white grape for me to blend with reds,” Manfred told me last year. “It kinda triples the effect of the wine.” The red winemaking included 33% whole cluster. The vineyard sources for this wine are 35% The Third Twin, 33% Eleven Confessions, 31% Cumulus and 1% Molly Aida—all estate-owned vineyards. Deep garnet-purple colored, it erupts from the glass with a powerfully fragrant nose of red roses, Morello cherries, boysenberries and juicy blueberries, followed by hints of mocha, star anise, cardamom and cassia. The concentrated, full-bodied palate is jam-packed with bright, crunchy black, blue and red fruits. It has a rock-solid structure of firm, finely-grained tannins and seamless freshness lifting the shimmering layers to a long, energetic finish. The complexity and vivacity of this Syrah are simply jaw-dropping!

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    The 2019 Syrah Distente 1 is a powerhouse. Blackberry jam, chocolate, gravel, spice and leather build in a deep, brooding Syrah that will require a number of years in bottle. Interestingly, the Grenache is so sensual in 2019, while the Syrah is a tannic behemoth.

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The 2019 Syrah Distenta I is composed of 83.6% Syrah, 3% Mourvedre, 5.2% Petite Sirah, 6.2% Grenache, 1.4% Muscat and 0.6% Petit Manseng. “I think Muscat is the number-one white grape for me to blend with reds,” Manfred told me last year. “It kinda triples the effect of the wine.” The red winemaking included 33% whole cluster. The vineyard sources for this wine are 35% The Third Twin, 33% Eleven Confessions, 31% Cumulus and 1% Molly Aida—all estate-owned vineyards. Deep garnet-purple colored, it erupts from the glass with a powerfully fragrant nose of red roses, Morello cherries, boysenberries and juicy blueberries, followed by hints of mocha, star anise, cardamom and cassia. The concentrated, full-bodied palate is jam-packed with bright, crunchy black, blue and red fruits. It has a rock-solid structure of firm, finely-grained tannins and seamless freshness lifting the shimmering layers to a long, energetic finish. The complexity and vivacity of this Syrah are simply jaw-dropping!

What does Sine Qua Non Distenta I Syrah 2019 taste like?


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Earthy Flavors of the wine

earthy, mushroom

Oaky Flavors of the wine

nutmeg, vanilla, clove

Black Fruit Flavors of the wine

blackberry, jam, blueberry

Aromas and Flavors of Spices in the wine

sage

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