Penner-Ash Oregon Syrah 2012

8.922 ratings on Delectable
$39

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Ratings on Delectable

Sarah Effinger Delectable Pro

Dark, funky, brooding, meaty--- wicked Willamette Syrah

Dark, funky, brooding, meaty--- wicked Willamette Syrah

9.2

Phil Stice Delectable Pro

Very primary. Dark brooding fruits with white pepper notes. Love to see this after it sheds the baby fat

Very primary. Dark brooding fruits with white pepper notes. Love to see this after it sheds the baby fat

8.9

Marshall Parrish Delectable Pro

Enjoyed my first Oregon Syrah but likely not gonna buy that.

Enjoyed my first Oregon Syrah but likely not gonna buy that.

8.5

Marc Stein Delectable Pro

Rouge valley Syrah, brambly, meaty, black tea

Rouge valley Syrah, brambly, meaty, black tea

8.5

Ryan Mullins Delectable Pro

He 3% Viognier shows itself in the texture and in peach blossom perfume. More new world than old

He 3% Viognier shows itself in the texture and in peach blossom perfume. More new world than old

Frank Bragg

Bought @Keith Austin a Penner Ash Pinot Noir, which he loved - so, I thought I would give this Syrah a try. Not my favorite Syrah, but good. Deep fruit, a little "heavy".... Ella VERY interested - lol!

Bought @Keith Austin a Penner Ash Pinot Noir, which he loved - so, I thought I would give this Syrah a try. Not my favorite Syrah, but good. Deep fruit, a little "heavy".... Ella VERY interested - lol!

8.8

michael

Delicious Oregon syrah.

Delicious Oregon syrah.

9.2

Kimberly Anderson

Smokey nose. Black cherry and baking spice. Almost juicy. Such finesse. Loving this

Smokey nose. Black cherry and baking spice. Almost juicy. Such finesse. Loving this

9.2

Michael Seely

Outstanding. Have had every vintage, this is stellar!!!

Outstanding. Have had every vintage, this is stellar!!!

9.4

Noble Cloche

Enjoyable, but I personally don't think Oregon is the right place for the grape.

Enjoyable, but I personally don't think Oregon is the right place for the grape.

8.8