From the Critics:
- "A rich, complex wine, our 2002 Quixote Petite Syrah is drinking very well now and will evolve beautifully over the next decade. Smoky aromas mingle with an intense plum-prune character and the dark fruit essence of blackberry and currant. We've noted some interesting floral components and a big mouth feel with bittersweet chocolate (Scharffen Berger) and layers of dark, sweet ripe fruit flavor. This luscious 'petite' has well integrated spicy oak and a long finish with silky tannins and good acid structure." -Winery
"Dense, rich and compact, with intense layers of beef carpaccio, wild berry, sage, mineral and tobacco, finishing with chewy tannins that hang on. Needs cellaring and decanting. Drink now through 2012. Tasted twice, with consistent notes. 540 cases made."
–JL-87 Points Wine Spectator -
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