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The 2003 Clos Des Fees Les Clos is equal parts Syrah, Mouvedre, Grenache Noir, and Carignan Noir from Rousillon in France and the ABV is 15%. The 2006 Pinord Priorat +7 is a blend of Grenache, Cabernet Sauvignon and Syrah from Priorat in Spain and the ABV is 14.5%. The 2005 Novelty Hill Syrah is 100% Syrah from the Columbia Valley in Washington State.

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2003 Clos Des Fees Le Clos Des Fees Rouge:
"Ripe, seductive red, with a deep well of kirsch, cardamom and dark plum flavors, which turn inky and rich. Finish is filled with loads of mocha, cream and spice. Best from 2007 through 2012. 150 cases imported." -92 Points - Wine Spectator

"Selected plots of old hillside vines on limestone-clay soil. A blend of equal parts Syrah, Mouvedre, Grenache Noir, and Carignan Noir. Intensive work in the vineyards, removal of buds, grapevine internode and laterals, bunch equalizing and leaf stripping. Perfect phenolic ripeness is looked for in each variety and terroir. Selection on the vine and on tables in the vineyard after destemming." -Winery

"Storage and transport in refrigerated trucks. Vinification in new hogsheads of five hectolitre capacity, devatted when warm, malolactic fermentation and aging in new oak barrels (100% Saury). All operations such as pumping over, racking and barrel filling are done without pumps. Aged for 18 months on lees. Unfiltered. The 2003 vintage is very concentrated and yet tastes beautifully right away if one likes young powerful wines. Will gradually open up over the next two years, and has a cellaring potential of between 8 and 12 years." -Winemaker

"Fairytale magic or eye for the main chance, Hervé Bizeul’s star is certainly in the ascendant. A former sommelier, restaurateur and food and wine pundit, he left the boulevards of Paris for the wild tracts of Roussillon in 1998 to chance the life of vigneron. Six years on he is the talk of the region, his wines fetching an incredible price and the aptly named Domaine du Clos des Fées (fée meaning fairy in French) more than truly launched."

"Spellbinding is the word to describe the region he chose to enact a change of career. The Agly valley in the north of Roussillon offers a spectacular landscape of steep-sided hills, stony garrigue and bush-trained vines offset by the high Corbières and almost permanently sunny skies. In its upper reaches lie prehistoric Tautavel and the magnificent bowl-like cirque of Vingrau. This is the heartland of appellation Côtes du Roussillon-Villages and home to the Clos des Fées." -James Lauther MW - Decanter

2006 Bodegas Pinord +7 Priorat:
"Subtle but solid, this red shows cassis, kirsch and vanilla flavors that are fresh and balanced, with well-integrated tannins and a floral finish. Drink now through 2016. Tasted twice, with consistent notes. 4,000 cases made. –TM" -92 points Wine Spectator

"D.O.C. Priorat Made from our own Grenache, Cabernet Sauvignon and Syrah varieties. The grapes are collected manually, separately and by variety, following a strict ripening control. Fermented in a stainless steel tank for 18 days, after coupage it is transferred to oak barrels where it lies for a year, and is then refined in the bottle. Dark deep red and highly presistent wine. The first impression is of the oak, blended with fruity bouquets that render it very refined and complex. Full and complex to the taste, smooth and balanced on the palate. A wine where lightly smoky and frankly pleasant fruit notes predominate. It is now at its best time for drinking, although it may be kept for a few more years." -Winery

"El Priorat, one of the oldest winemaking areas in Spain, has been made for over eight centuries, is located in a characteristic landscape of the province of Tarragona, in a depression surrounded by mountains and watered by the river Ciurana and its tributaries. The history of wine in El Priorat dates back to the 12th Century, when the region was administered by de Prior of Scala Dei Carthusian Order, from which El Priorat wine takes its name."

"One of these conditions is its special and characteristic soil. A surface layer with some soil, the result of the stone being ground over the years on a substrate of slate- the so-called licorellas- where the vines can safely take root on the steep mountainside slopes- between 300 and up 600 metres high, with slopes of 15% and 20%- protected by plots and terraces which have become part of the region's identity."

"Another condition is the climate, cooled by the South Wind, offset by the cold north winds. Its peculiar climate makes El Priorat a land of long hot summers and cold dry winters. A land of legend, to which a group of experienced winemakers have recently turned their gaze, putting all their effort and imagination into opening up a new road which has placed these magic wines born of the stones at the top of the winemaking world." -Winery

2005 Novelty Hill Syrah:
"Washington has clearly staked a claim for making some of the New World's best Syrahs. But in this price range? This is a great place to start your explorations. It's almost pure varietal, dark and tight and spicy. Young and still backward, it rewards breathing time with pure blackberry and black cherry fruits, black olive, coffee grounds and a lick of licorice. Seamless, muscular and layered, this wine definitely wants some breathing time." -91 points Wine Enthusiast

"Deep, rich black cherry, raspberry and mocha aromas and flavors linger beautifully across a long, focused finish. Refined, well-integrated tannins add to the wine’s polish and grace." -Mike Januik, winemaker

"Our Columbia Valley Syrah relies heavily on grapes from Stillwater Creek, Novelty Hill's estate vineyard located on a steep, south-facing grade on the Royal Slope of the Frenchman Hills. Syrah is planted in a section of the vineyard where the soil is mixed with large pieces of fractured basalt. More than one visitor here has noticed a remarkable similarity to the Rhone Valley, perhaps one reason why Syrah from this site is so outstanding." -Distributor

"The grapes are hand-picked and fermented in small lots. The grapes are crushed, de-stemmed, fermented and gently punched down 2-3 times a day to extract deep color and flavor without harsh tannins. Aged in a combination of new and one-year-old French oak barrels for 18 months. Gravity racked every 3 to 4 months." -Distributor

"Without exception, winemakers around the state agree the 2005 vintage was a classic Columbia Valley growing season. Temperatures were warm in July and August, and then the heat backed off just enough in September to ripen fruit without rushing physiological maturity. The resulting wines are notable for their deep color, wonderful aromatics and delicious, complex flavors." -Distributor