Astrale e Terra (closed)

2010 Estate Syrah Napa Valley Atlas Peak

Syrah •Astrale e Terra

California: Napa Valley: Atlas Peak

Offer Expired:Jul 10, 2015 at 11:59 pm
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Mission Briefing


The Peak of Syrah

Today’s Astrale e Terra 2010 Estate Syrah Napa Valley Atlas Peak is a very special treat and a worldwide exclusive! That’s right, the only place to get today’s fantastic, elegant, delicious, food friendly mountain Syrah is right here - right now.

This wine was made by Scott Harvey who is one of the winemakers that we’ve known the longest. Scott has made wine in the Napa Valley for decades and around the world for years before that. Scott’s wines are always superb. His natural, non-manipulation philosophy of making wine shines through in today’s delicious Atlas Peak Estate Syrah from our friends at Astrale e Terra.

Today’s wine is really quite elegant. Bright red fruits dance on the nose and on the palate, while supple tannins give the wine some pleasing plushness.

Be sure to stock up on this delectable treat. This is a great summertime BBQ wine, but we recommend that you also keep some on hand for the fall holidays.

Tasting Profile


Beautiful crimson hues with a brilliant ruby edge.


Sweet cherry and raspberry juice in front, followed by sweet spice, cassis, red plum, vanilla and toasty oak.


Bing cherry and blackberry compote are joined by sweet cedar, red plum, baker’s chocolate, blueberry with hints of graphite and black pepper at the very end.


Exceptionally long, with slightly grippy tannins. At the very end, hints of graphite and black pepper add some intrigue.


Enjoy this food fabulous Syrah with grilled lamb chops with fresh fennel - or a nice garlic rubbed porterhouse.

What the Winery Says

Scott Harvey
Atlas Peak
150 cases
Small, French Oak barrels
Barrel aging
30 months
Bottle aging
24 months

About the Winery

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