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Wow. Loved this wine. Lots of body and spice. Read more
Columbia Valley Syrah 2006 - L'Ecole N° 41: Columbia Valley Syrah 2006 - Rotwein von L'Ecole N° 41Der L´Ecole No. 41 Columbia Valley Syrah 2006 wei... Read more
L'Ecole N° 41 Columbia Valley Syrah 2006: in Barriques gereift (18 Monate), Jahrgang: 2006Inhalt: 0,75 LRegion: Washington StateWeingut: L'Ecole N°... Read more
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Wow. Loved this wine. Lots of body and spice.
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Columbia Valley Syrah 2006 - L'Ecole N° 41: Columbia Valley Syrah 2006 - Rotwein von L'Ecole N° 41Der L´Ecole No. 41 Columbia Valley Syrah 2006 weist Aromen von reifen Brombeeren auf, wozu eine verführerische Mischung aus Gewürzen und eine schöne Spur von Erdtönen kommen. Schließlich gesellen sich zu den Strauchfruchtaromen leicht an Kreide erinnernde Töne, die von sanftem Tannin ummantelt werden.Weingut: L'Ecole N° 41Land: USARegion: Washington StateRebsorten: 5% Grenache, 95% SyrahAlkoholgehalt: 14,75 Vol. %Säuregehalt: 6 g/lRestsüße: trockenInhalt: 0,75 lFassreife: in Barriques gereift (18 Monate) Rotwein > USA > Washington State
L’Ecole 41 was founded in 1983 by Jean and Baker Ferguson and is now run by their daughter and son-in-law, Megan and Marty Clubb. The schoolhouse after which the winery is named was built in 1915 in Frenchtown, a small community just west of Walla Walla whose own name is derived from the many French-Canadians who settled there in the early 1800’s and planted the original vineyards. The French name of the winery is in recognition of their efforts (the number 41 is the number of the precinct to which the school once belonged). The goal at L’Ecole 41 is to achieve clean, ripe, stylistically expressive and aromatic wines that allow the character of the individual vineyards to shine through. There is great focus on vineyard management and minimal winemaking: gravity flow, minimal handling, aggressive pruning and green harvesting and sustainable vineyard practices. The crown jewels at L’Ecole 41 are the two single vineyards in Walla Walla which they jointly own with Leonetti Cellar and Pepper Bridge winery. These are the Seven Hills vineyard, which provides around 35% of the winery’s production, and Pepper Bridge, which was planted in 1991 and now covers around 180 acres. Columbian Valley Syrah shows minty blueberry and plum fruit with brambly flavors of raspberry and cranberry. It is a complex panoply of mocha, leather, spice and pepper intermixed on the elegant, richly structured finish. Try this Syrah with spiced meats, stews or fillet mignon.
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