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2008 Syrah<br/><em>Mount Veeder</em>

2008 Syrah
Mount Veeder

We had a very dry spring with an early bud break. As the season progressed we had some cooling and rain at bloom, a relatively cool summer, delayed, irregular veraison, requiring careful crop thinning.


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About This Wine:
- Potelle Vineyard, Mount Veeder (100%)

This mountain top vineyard, in the Mount Veeder appellation, produces dark fruit with tons of depth, extract and structure. The mountain top soils are uniquely mineral rich, acidic and with low fertility, developing small vines, low yields and small berries.
Wine Profile:
Vintage: 2008
Wine Type: Red Wine
Varietal: Syrah
Appellation: Mount Veeder
Harvest Date: September 30, 2008
Sugar: 26.0° Brix
Acid: 0.64
PH: 3.90
Aging: Aged in Barrel: 16.3 month
Fermentation: 6 to 8 days in stainless steel fermenters at 75-84° F; pumpover twice a day, inoculated for ML toward the end of fermentation.
Bottling Date: May 26, 2010
Alcohol %: 14.2%

 

 

 
 

 

 

 
 
 
 

 

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