2009 Sandhill Syrah

Another one we tasted while at Big White. Dark in color with an earthy nose at first that quickly faded.  On the mid pallet the earthy taste matched the bouquet.  Some black berries but very subtle. On the finish there are the typical Okanogan tannins,  and some mild acidity.  This is by no means a horrible wine,  but not a great one either.  I would give this an 88 or so.  Not in the LCBO,  but $22 at the local wine store in BC.  There are definitely some better wines from Okanogan. 

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