Chateau Ste. Michelle Syrah Columbia Valley Reserve 2001

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"Red Wine Syrah/Shiraz by Ch. Ste. Michelle from Columbia Valley, Washington. Cool temperatures early in the season l...

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Tacoma, WA (24 mi)
USD 18.00
750ml
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Light and immaculate fruit lifts up this pleasant, pretty red wine. Immediately enjoyable and fresh, it is a fine choice for drinking with poultry ... Read more

On the lean side, nicely balanced to show spicy plum flavors in a lively frame. Drink now. Read more

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12/15/2011

Light and immaculate fruit lifts up this pleasant, pretty red wine. Immediately enjoyable and fresh, it is a fine choice for drinking with poultry and lighter winter meals.


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12/15/2011

On the lean side, nicely balanced to show spicy plum flavors in a lively frame. Drink now.


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Winemaker's Notes:

"Red Wine Syrah/Shiraz by Ch. Ste. Michelle from Columbia Valley, Washington. Cool temperatures early in the season led to a warm, dry and stable growing season. A cold front in September slowed the ripening allowing grapes an extended time on the vine which developed intense flavors. Exotic spice aromas heightened by a hint... "

"Red Wine Syrah/Shiraz by Ch. Ste. Michelle from Columbia Valley, Washington. Cool temperatures early in the season led to a warm, dry and stable growing season. A cold front in September slowed the ripening allowing grapes an extended time on the vine which developed intense flavors. Exotic spice aromas heightened by a hint... "

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