Crushing on this 🍷 remarkable liquid art from Maryhill Winery. This is a must sip 2013 Syrah from Northridge Vineyard, Wahluke Slope. This is one of the coveted sites in Milbrandt Vineyards nestled in Prosser, Washington.

The wine: This is a 100% Syrah, barrel-aged 19 months and 60% new French oak. Its bold yet elegant with raspberry and pepper notes weaving through the rich fruit before concluding with a nice, clean lengthy finish.

The Vineyard: Milbrandt Vineyards’ Wahluke Slope (AVA established in 2006) The high elevation (up to 1,475ft) and shallow soils of the Columbia Valley make it an unassuming and distinctly beautiful place to grow grapes. Due to the low rainfall and long sunny days during the growing season, the Wahluke Slope terroir is especially ideal for red wines.

Found at Maryhill Winery Spokane nestled in Kendall Yards , which is my neighborhood tasting room.

As shown, backdrop to Maryhill Syrah is original art by Christy Branson Artist. 12 x 12 Beeswax, Demar Resin, Collage, Oil and Pigment on Wood Panel. Entitled Flowers in the Garden 2 💛


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