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SYAN with Mark Summerfield

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Having travelled through the Australian wine doldrums for the past couple of years, I was thrilled that Mark Summerfield could enlighten and ignite. These wines are brilliant! This is what it’s all about! Kicking the blas to the curb. The ‘Summerfield’ winemaker is continuing his trek to make beautifully addictive liquid jewels. You need these in your life!!! Definitely “Best-of-Breed” of what’s arriving Stateside from down under.

The soil with the roots of my love of wine…

In order preference.

1. ‘03 Syan Cab/Shiraz Rsv $47 A+ +7 **** 051807

2. ‘03 Syan Blend Tradition $27 A+ +17 ****

3. ‘03 Syan Shiraz Rsv $47 A+ +2 ***

4. ‘04 Syan Shiraz $27 A+ +15 ***

5. ‘04 Syan Cab Sauv $27 A +7 ***

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A German Lost & Found in Burgundy

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Weingut Dr. Burklin-Wolf with Christian Von Guradze, Proprietor

These wines have nothing in common with what many U.S. folks "consider" German Rieslings to be, other than the fact that they are Rieslings produced in Germany. Although they are aimed at the Burgundy market, I would surely pick them out as wines of Alsace, France, if blindfolded. They are bone dry. They are floral, mineral, and complex with a crisp steely acidity.

Founded in Wachenheim in 1597 by Bernhard Burklin, Dr. Burklin-Wolf is the largest family-owned wine estate in Germany. Holdings total 110 hectares (275 acres) in the Mittelhardt, in Upper Pfalz. It has been working by environmentally-friendly guidelines for over 20 years, not using herbicides...

Read more: A German Lost & Found in Burgundy


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