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2017 Haggis Basher Syrah/Viognier

2014 Brecon Tannat

Mandarin skin is the classic descriptor for a Syrah/Viognier co-ferment. It’s certainly detectable on the finish of this spectacular example. Perhaps it leans a little more towards overtones of orange peel than your liddle cuties! From a food perspective we are assuredly safe in speculating that it pairs remarkably well with the Scottish national dish. Since 1971, Haggis has actually been banned in the USA. Consequently you would have to jump on a plane with your “bonnie wee lassie” and a bottle of Brecon to test the said theorem. The name actually hales from the discovery of a particularly tight, gnarly cave passage under the Brecon Beacons National park. Imagination is a wonderful thing!


94pts. purely domestic wine report. December 2019


93pts. Josh Raynolds, Vinous. February 2020


92pts. Jeb Dunnuck.

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VarietalSyrah/Petite Sirah/Viognier
Varietal Composition100% 2017
88.20% SYRAH GLEN ROSE 1.94% Viognier Paragon
4.52% PS MO Pallisades clone
5.34% 17PSADROL

AppellationPaso Robles, Adelaida
AgingDrink Now - 2028
Residual Sugar0.07g/100ml
Volume750 ml
Bottling Date02/28/2019
Cases Produced214
2017 Haggis Basher Syrah/Viognier
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