Bob Gets Twisted

When Bob saw we were drinking wine from Twisted Oak, he had to jump into the picture! We drank the 2004 Twisted Oak Calaveras County Syrah on it’s own the other night, but I’d certainly suggest pairing it with some nice bratwurst or bbq ribs! It clocked in at 14.2% alcohol by volume, had a real cork closure, and cost me $24 in a club shipment.

On the nose I found lots of berries! Blackberries, spice, vanilla, cream, plums, and other dark fruits dominated the nose. I could smell my glass before I even raised it to my nose, very aromatic. In the mouth I got flavors of blackberries, raspberries, spice, vanilla, and undertones of other red fruits. The fruit showed quite tart and fresh, I found it very tart for a red wine.

Overall, the wine is nice and smooth at this point and is drinking very well. I’m sure you could keep it around for a bit longer, but if you plan to have any end of the season bbqs, I’m sure your guests would love for you to open up any you have hanging around!


2 Responses

  1. That looks like a perfect wine for BBQ! It’s been too long…your new blog format looks cool!

  2. Bob, you’re supposed to SIP your wine!

    I love this syrah. Ok I love syrah in general, but this is a great example of a well rounded wine. I also love the Tanner Vineyard Syrah, and now have the trifecta
    -Smith Wooten

    Uh oh…why do I think they are coming to the WBC with me! 😉

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