Landmark Syrah Steel Plow Kivelstadt Family 2009

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Lavender and ripe stone fruits jump out of the glass. This is followed by notes of cocoa, brambly fruit, dark chocola...

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Winemaker's Notes:

There are four clonal selections in this ten acre site that sits on eastern side of Sonoma Mountain: Syrah Noir, Alban, Durrell and Bien Nacido. The soil is like a marble cake of red volcanic soil and decomposed volcanic ash. The grapes are hand harvested and primarily destemmed with a small amount of whole clusters going into 1 to 3 ton open –topped fermentors. The must was cold soaked for 5 days. A combination of punch downs and pump overs are utilized. The wine is pressed at dryness and put to barrel for 15 months.

Tasting Notes:

Lavender and ripe stone fruits jump out of the glass. This is followed by notes of cocoa, brambly fruit, dark chocolate and roasted meats. A smooth entry leads into depth and concentration on the mid-palette. Fine tannins pull it all together with a lush lingering finish.

There are four clonal selections in this ten acre site that sits on eastern side of Sonoma Mountain: Syrah Noir, Alban, Durrell and Bien Nacido. The soil is like a marble cake of red volcanic soil and decomposed volcanic ash. The grapes are hand harvested and primarily destemmed with a small amount of whole clusters going into 1 to 3 ton open –topped fermentors. The must was cold soaked for 5 days. A combination of punch downs and pump overs are utilized. The wine is pressed at dryness and put to barrel for 15 months.

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750 cases produced.

Aged 15 months in French Oak.

Chemical Analysis:

Alcohol: 14.3%

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