Siren’s Call Syrah 2016
Sourced from the Okanagan Valley near Osoyoos, this Syrah is co-fermented with 6% Viognier and is aged 16 months in mostly new American Oak barrels.
It boasts elegance, finesse and classic varietal characteristics of pepper and spice. It is clean, rich and full of dark red fruit.
This is a wine that loves grilled meats and hearty cheeses. BC VQA British Columbia
Awards: The 2012 vintage of this wine was awarded The Lieutenant Governor’s Awards for Excellence in British Columbia Wines
Region: Similkameen Valley and Okanagan Valley
Bottle size: 750 mL
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First Siren’s Call wine I’ve had and the 2016 Syrah didn’t disappoint. It took about 30 minutes to open up but then it started to shine. Only wish I’d ordered more than one bottle!
Good depth, some fruit.
This is one elegant Syrah. A floral bouquet of violets mixed with black cherries and blackberry pie. An orchestra of black fruits jumps from the glass - black cherry, blackberries and blackcurrants with smokey black pepper notes and just a hint of tobacco. The tannins are rich but smooth with a well-rounded mouthfeel and a lovely long finish. Drink now or cellar for 5 years. A bronze medal winner at 2018 All Canadian Wine Championship.
This wine is a pale crimson red color. Big dried fruits. Spicy, smoked red bush fruits such as raspberry, cranberry and currants.