From the Winery:
"From the steep slopes of Weill a Way Vineyard on the western slopes of Sonoma Valley, this wine is the essence of Syrah. Cofermented with a small amount of Viognier, the wine has showy aromatics of pig fat and flowers (my current preferred band name) and pretty but dense fruit. Though this was the site we made the “exposition” wines from back in 2011-2013, this wine is made more like “traditional” Bedrock Syrah in that it saw a fair amount of whole-cluster inclusion and less new oak (about 20% here). This will age well, and decanter time for near-term drinking is highly recommended."