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Saviah Cellars - Distinctive Wines from the Walla Walla Valley

This distinctive wine was produced from Syrah grapes grown at the highest elevation in the Red Mountain appellation. The concentrated layers of spicy plum and black cherry flavors are enhanced by hints of black pepper and spicy oak. If you are a Syrah fan, you will enjoy this big classic Syrah.

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APPELLATION:
Red Mountain

VINEYARDS:
Ranch at the End of the Road Vineyard
Benton City, Washington

TECHNICAL NOTES:
pH 3.70
TA 0.56 g/100mL
Alcohol 14.3% By Volume

FERMENTATION:
36-hour cold soak; 50% whole berry primary fermentation with multiple stage yeast inoculation followed by secondary malolactic fermentation; 100% complete.

BARREL AGING:
100% French oak barrels
30% New French oak
Aged 16 months

CASES PRODUCED: 262 cases

BOTTLING DATE:
February 11, 2010

RELEASE DATE:
March 1, 2012

 
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