2008 Bunchgrass Winery Columbia Valley Syrah

Wine Review: 2008 Bunchgrass Winery Columbia Valley Syrah

Lewis Vineyard in the Columbia Valley sits at an elevation of 1200 ft. and produces quality Syrah, most of it that was planted in 1998. The vineyard also comprises of Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot and Chardonnay.

The 2008 Bunchgrass Winery Columbia Valley Syrah is a full-bodied, enticing red with aromas of violets and raspberries. On the palate, ripe raspberry compote and cherries balanced with a good core of acidity really carries the flavors to the finish. Rich and alluring, this wine will pair beautifully with grilled or braised meats. 124 case production.

Rating: Excellent (93) | $29 | 14.6% ABV

Bunchgrass Winery Columbia Valley Syrah


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