2016 K Royal City Syrah *FUTURES*

2016 K Royal City Syrah *FUTURES*

Price: $100.00

Focused, complex and individual. Unlike any other. From aromas of sea breeze, iodine and oyster shell leading to an elegance that embodies fine perfume, fennel pop, sweet tobacco, dried porcini, pink peppercorns and so many descriptors I find myself wanting to grab. All I can do is bow to my Royal City. - Charles


FUTURES WILL BE RELEASED FALL 2019

 

95 Points, Wine Enthusiast(v2014)

 

“Coming from the Royal Slope, which no doubt will deservedly have its own appellation before long, enchanting aromas of ground rock, green olive, green stem, crushed flower and dark fruit lead to a panoply of fruit and savory flavors that shake the senses to the core, with smoked meat notes persisting on the long finish. It’s an intense experience but maintains a sense of balance that is heart stopping. Drink from 2020-2027.”

 

Vineyard

 

The vineyards we work with are farmed using the most up to date sustainable practices.

 

Stoneridge (100%):Alluvial fan gravel bed, the site rests above the flood plain of the Columbia River. Under the topsoil is a layer of caliche and basalt 6-12’’ deep, creating a calcium and iron rich media that forces roots to struggle.

 

MIN QTY: 2 bottles  MAX QTY:  Unlimited (while supplies last)


 

95 Points,

Wine Enthusiast

(v2014)

“Coming from the Royal Slope, which no doubt will deservedly have its own appellation

before long, enchanting aromas of ground rock, green olive, green stem, crushed

flower and dark fruit lead to a panoply of fruit and savory flavors that shake the senses

to the core, with smoked meat notes persisting on the long finish. It’s an intense

experience but maintains a sense of balance that is heart stopping. Drink from 2020-

2027.”

95 Points,

Wine Enthusiast

(v2014)

“Coming from the Royal Slope, which no doubt will deservedly have its own appellation

before long, enchanting aromas of ground rock, green olive, green stem, crushed

flower and dark fruit lead to a panoply of fruit and savory flavors that shake the senses

to the core, with smoked meat notes persisting on the long finish. It’s an intense

experience but maintains a sense of balance that is heart stopping. Drink from 2020-

2027.”

95 Points,

Wine Enthusiast

(v2014)

“Coming from the Royal Slope, which no doubt will deservedly have its own appellation

before long, enchanting aromas of ground rock, green olive, green stem, crushed

flower and dark fruit lead to a panoply of fruit and savory flavors that shake the senses

to the core, with smoked meat notes persisting on the long finish. It’s an intense

experience but maintains a sense of balance that is heart stopping. Drink from 2020-

2027.”

95 Points,

Wine Enthusiast

(v2014)

“Coming from the Royal Slope, which no doubt will deservedly have its own appellation

before long, enchanting aromas of ground rock, green olive, green stem, crushed

flower and dark fruit lead to a panoply of fruit and savory flavors that shake the senses

to the core, with smoked meat notes persisting on the long finish. It’s an intense

experience but maintains a sense of balance that is heart stopping. Drink from 2020-

2027.”

Current & Past Scores

95 Points,

Wine Enthusiast

(v2014)

“Coming from the Royal Slope, which no doubt will deservedly have its own appellation

before long, enchanting aromas of ground rock, green olive, green stem, crushed

flower and dark fruit lead to a panoply of fruit and savory flavors that shake the senses

to the core, with smoked meat notes persisting on the long finish. It’s an intense

experience but maintains a sense of balance that is heart stopping. Drink from 2020-

2027.”

Current & Past Scores

95 Points,

Wine Enthusiast

(v2014)

“Coming from the Royal Slope, which no doubt will deservedly have its own appellation

before long, enchanting aromas of ground rock, green olive, green stem, crushed

flower and dark fruit lead to a panoply of fruit and savory flavors that shake the senses

to the core, with smoked meat notes persisting on the long finish. It’s an intense

experience but maintains a sense of balance that is heart stopping. Drink from 2020-

2027.”

Current & Past Scores

95 Points,

Wine Enthusiast

(v2014)

“Coming from the Royal Slope, which no doubt will deservedly have its own appellation

before long, enchanting aromas of ground rock, green olive, green stem, crushed

flower and dark fruit lead to a panoply of fruit and savory flavors that shake the senses

to the core, with smoked meat notes persisting on the long finish. It’s an intense

experience but maintains a sense of balance that is heart stopping. Drink from 2020-

2027.”

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