The 2001 Petite Syrah Hayne Vineyard’s black/purple color is accompanied by a compelling bouquet of black fruits, graphite, and white flowers reminiscent of a top-flight Hermitage. Tremendously rich, full-bodied, and viscous, with 13.2% alcohol, sweet tannin, and well-integrated wood, this profound Petite Syrah will be at its finest between 2008-2020+. This is truly magnificent stuff with great purity, length, and intensity. (RP)
Deep ruby to the rim. More closed and less expressive than the 2000 release, hinting at medicinal black fruits and white pepper. Dense, fat and sweet--in fact a bit low-toned--showing a candied quality to its flavors of plum jam and animal fur. Finishes with slightly tough but sweet tannins that could still use a couple years to soften. I suspect this wine is passing through a sullen stage. (ST)
Dense and concentrated, a bit restrained, with muscular tannins holding tight to the core of earthy blackberry, plum and mineral flavors. The fruit makes one big push at the end, giving it a long, tannic finish. (JL)
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