Sunday, October 19, 2008


I was really excited to get in the Waterbrook Syrah Reserve 2006 ($19.99), a phenomenal Syrah from Columbia Valley. For those of you unaware, Washington State is producing some of the most incredible Syrahs on the market. This particular red (a blend of 96% Syrah and 4% Mourvedre) is oak-aged and has undergone 100% malolactic fermentation to give you a rich, layered wine, full of red berry aromas and flavors, tempered with hints of cloves, herbs, red flowers, plums, and mint, for an amazingly expressive red wine that would be perfect for roasted meats and root vegetables.

This is a small-production, single-vineyard Syrah from one of the top value producers in Washington State. It’s definitely worth checking out.

1 comment:

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