2019 Tenor Syrah

This 2019 Tenor Syrah was crafted from vineyards from all over Washington State. The vines were primarily limited to one cluster per shoot or three clusters per spur for maximum concentration. They were then hand-harvested in the early fall mornings of 2019. Upon arriving in the winery, each cluster was hand-sorted and berry-sorted. Fermented in 66% stainless steel tanks and 27% oak barrels, and 7% concrete, resulting in texture variation and aromatic complexity. The wine was then moved to French oak puncheons for 24 months of cellaring. These exclusive puncheons yielded only 285 cases which were bottled in Nov 2021.

Bottle: $85

Tasting Notes

The 2019 Tenor Syrah shows dark, inky purple in hue with complex aromas of mocha, blueberry syrup, chocolate brownie, peony, lava rock, smoked brisket and plum sauce. The wine is extracted and hedonistic with flavors of tayberry, pie cherries, black olive, fresh-cut cordwood, charcoal, sweet tobacco and wild game. The mouthfeel is medium to full bodied with well-integrated tannins and balanced acidity, adding liveliness to the palate. Long, blue fruit finish with acid and minerals adding focus.

Wine Facts

Labeled AVA:

Columbia Valley


Scarline, Boushey, Va Piano

Varietal Composition:

100% Syrah


Fermented in 66% stainless steel, 27% barrel and 7% concrete. Aged for 24 months in 60% new French oak.



Case Production:



Now - 2036

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