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  • 2008 Cayuse Flying Pig – USA, Washington, Columbia Valley, Walla Walla Valley (10/7/2018)
    WIML93

    Tasted non blind. Opened and served immediately. Followed over about two hours.

    Dark garnet to purple color in the glass, clear looking throughout. Nose of violets, white pepper, currants and cocoa powder. Flavors of currants, plums and raspberries. Medium to tangy acidity, medium to firm tannin, full bodied. Drink now with a little air to blow off some bottle funk or hold. (93 points)

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  • 2007 Cayuse Syrah En Cerise Vineyard – USA, Washington, Columbia Valley, Walla Walla Valley (3/28/2017)
    WIML91

    Tasted double blind.

    Dark garnet color in the glass, clear looking throughout. Nose of ash, pepper and smoke. Flavors of berries, plum and earth. Medium acidity, medium tannin, full bodied. Drink now with air or hold.

    My guess was this is the 2012 Juan Gil from Spain. Man, missed that one by a bit. (91 points)

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  • 2009 Cayuse Grenache God Only Knows – USA, Washington, Columbia Valley, Walla Walla Valley (5/5/2016)
    WIML94

    Tasted non blind.

    Dark garnet color in the glass, clear looking throughout. Nose of flowers, berries and raspberries. Flavors of red raspberries, cherries and red plums. Medium acidity, medium tannin, full bodied. Drink or hold. Right now could use a little air before serving like break the neck and let it sit for a bit. (94 points)

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  • 2008 Cayuse Grenache God Only Knows – USA, Washington, Columbia Valley, Walla Walla Valley (3/22/2015)
    WIML93

    Tasted non blind.

    Garnet color in the glass, clear looking throughout. Nose of barnyard, black cherries, plums and crushed stone. Flavors of berries, supple cherries and plums. Medium acidity, medium tannin, full bodied. Drink with just a little air or continue to hold. No major rush here. (93 points)

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