2014 Weed Farms Dry Creek Valley Syrah
Syrah •Weed Farms
California: Sonoma County: Dry Creek Valley
Drink Weed everyday
We’ve scooped a global exclusive on today’s Mega QPR Copain 2014 Weed Farms Dry Creek Valley Syrah. This wine was offered to Wine Spies exclusively. It cannot even be purchased from the winery itself. This wine the finest single vineyard wines we’ve tried from Copain - and it is yours to steal… today only.
This is one very special wine…
Dark, and oh so dense and lush on the nose, with aromas of black cherry juice, mixed spice, cured meats, volcanic soil, dried fig, violet, rosin, coffee bean, tobacco and black pepper. Juicy and dark on the palate, with boysenberry, spice black cherry, clay pot, black licorice, spice box, softly toasted oak, sassafras root, hard leather, graphite and black pepper.
The Wine Spies would like to offer a very special thank you to Sally Weed of Weed Farms, and Jennifer Reichardt, a winemaker that also makes wine from the Weed vineyard, for taking the time to address our Operatives in this video:
Copain’s single vineyard Syrahs range in price from $45 to $80, making today’s offer likely the best value that you will ever see on a Copain Syrah. Today’s wine was lovingly grown at Weed Farms Vineyard, a special vineyard source that Copain and others use for their own high-end Syrah.
We’re very grateful to have been given the opportunity to bring this very special wine to our Operatives on an exclusive basis. This wine cannot be purchased anywhere but right here, right now.
Darkest mahogany hues, with an inky heart of darkest purple. At the rim, dark purple to garnet.
Black cherry juice, mixed spice, cured meats, volcanic soil, dried fig, violet, rosin, coffee bean, tobacco and black pepper.
Boysenberry, spice black cherry, clay pot, black licorice, spice box, softly toasted oak, sassafras root, hard leather, graphite and black pepper.
Very long and softly drying, with a crushed velvet dryness that first appears at the margins of the palate, then spreads inward.
Enjoy this beauty with a big roast beef, a grilled steak, lamb chops or just about any meat dish that you care to throw at it. This is a very food friendly wine.
What the Winery Says
- Wells Guthrie
- Dry Creek Valley