Our 2009 Syrah contains grapes from two esteemed vineyards:
Stone Tree Vineyard, Wahluke Slope (67%). The Stone Tree Vineyard
is near Mattawa at the foot of the Saddle Mountains. Pepper Bridge
Vineyard, Walla Walla Valley (33%). Pepper Bridge was originally
planted in 1991, and is located in the Walla Walla Valley AVA near the
Oregon border.

The 2009 Syrah opens with Marionberry and blackberry pie aromas,
interlaced with a background of cured meats. Black pepper and culinary
herbs accent the core of fruit. On the palate, the wine bursts with berry
fruit up front, while ripe tannins and supportive acid keep the wine
taught and structured through to a juicy finish. This finely balanced
wine opens up even more with aeration, and is a great match with food,
especially grilled meats and Northwest salmon.

Wine color: Red

Tasting Notes (pdf)
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Waitstaff Pocket Card (pdf)