Enticing aromas convey notes of smoke and earth intertwined with touches of blackberry, currant, and dried herbs.


This expressive wine has lively acidity and supple tannins.

Growing Conditions

Rancho Suscol was part of a Mexican land grant to General Vallejo in 1843, and later populated by the Patwin tribe. The region is cool and influenced by the San Pablo Bay. These conditions help create mature flavors and balance in the remarkable Syrah from a very historic property.


60% new French oak, 17 months