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2010 Jemrose Vineyard Cardiac Cuvee Bennett Valley
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89 Points | Stephen Tanzer's IWC - May/June 2013

(90% syrah, 8% grenache and 2% viognier):  Inky ruby.  Sexy, oak-spiced aromas of ripe blackberry, violet and licorice.  Sweet, broad and velvety, with energetic dark berry flavors and a touch of cracked pepper.  Floral notes come up with air and linger nicely on the focused, gently tannic finish.  Highly drinkable now, with more than a hint of the northern Rhone about it.  This provides a good look at the Jemrose style for a painless price.

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