The 2013 Petite Syrah from the Turley Estate is black purple in color, tight, rich and full-bodied, with floral and blueberry liqueur notes. It is massive, rich and not ready for prime time drinking for at least another decade. Super-intense and pure, it should enter its prime somewhere around the 15- to 20-year mark and last for another 30 years. The alcohol in Petite Syrah is far less than Zinfandel, and this one tips the scales at 14.8%. (RP)
Rich, powerful and opulent, the 2013 Petite Syrah Turley Estate delivers serious flavor intensity along with the breadth and pure power that are such signatures of this St. Helena site. Inky blue and purplish fruit, licorice, spices, violets, pine and menthol flesh out in all directions. The Estate boasts a serious core of mid-palate density, which speaks of structure that gives the wine its verticality and spine. (AG)
Blackberry, blueberry and huckleberry flavors are rich, lush and velvety, dripping with accents of dark chocolate, Earl Grey tea, licorice, toasty cedar and vanilla bean. A smoky, spicy sandalwood detail weaves in and out on the long finish. Drink now through 2030. 325 cases made. (MW)
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