Vintage 2000 was a breakout year for California Syrah. Now along comes 2001 and it easily surpasses 2000 in quality, producing the largest number of outstanding Syrahs in California history. Everything seems to be coming together for this rapidly rising varietal, from the quality of the wines, which has been exceptional, to its warm, fuzzy reception by consumers.
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