...sports a darker ruby color to go with lots of savory dark fruits, crushed rock-like minerality, smoke and violets. One of the meatier, masculine Syrahs from Elizabeth, this full-bodied, layered, nicely concentrated beauty will drink well over the coming decade. |95 points, Jeb Dunnuck for The Wine Advocate Complex and evocative plum, tar, black olive and jasmine flavors ride proudly over a refined structure that feels almost weightless. A rich wine that offers finesse and an endless finish. Taut, but ends with an open feel. 298 cases made. | 96 points, Wine SpectatorChristophe Baron has been a pioneer of Biodynamic farming in the Walla Walla Valley of Eastern Washington. His vineyard sites for all of his projects including Horsepower, Cayuse, and No Girls are farmed with no herbicide, no pesticide, no fungicide, and no synthetic fertilizers. The wines are a direct representation of their artisanal craftsmanship.