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Syrah

2009 Syrah

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This De Angelis Wine was bottled in mid-February of 2011. A limited release occurred in August 2011 after a lengthy bottle aging period.  We decided to do a full release to the general public some months later. This is a 13.9% alcohol wine that brings flavor, balance, complexity and finish to this wine. Some of the complexity is due to blending a small amount (10.5%) of Grenache with the Syrah months prior to bottling. This blend has been offered in our Syrah since being originally introduced into our Syrahs in 2007.  We are very proud of this wine. Of note is the fact that this wine ages very well, and has not become much more the wine of choice in fine restaurants and food establishments

Pair this with any beef, lamb or veal dish, as well as with flavorful pasta dishes, especially those made with mushrooms, or truffles.

Price: $44.85

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2011 Syrah

2011SyrahThis De Angelis Wine was bottled in mid-June of 2013. A very  limited release occurred in August 2014, after a lengthy bottle aging period. We decided to do a full release to the general public some months later – in September of 2014. This is a 14.6% alcohol wine that brings flavor, balance, complexity and finish to this wine. It is perfectly balanced and drinks like a wine with an alcohol level of 13.5.%.  A very full mouthfeel, and a long smooth finish are apparent from the first sip.  The color and nose are perfect, and make this wine very easy to consume. This Syrah is the first made since 2007 that is not blended with a bit of Grenache. We decided that the estate fruit from the Dry Creek Vineyard used in this wine did not call for blending. That was a judgment call for us, but turned out to be a good decision.

We are very proud of this wine. It is the aging very well, and has now become another De Angelis  Wines Syrah that will most likely become the  Syrah of choice in fine wine shops,  restaurants and food establishments, as have our more mature Syrah offerings. Speaking of aging, Let me repeat – like all of our red wines, this Syrah was aged about 18 months in French oak barrels,  and when released will have aged  another 14 months in the bottle. Perfect!

Pair this with any beef, lamb or veal dish, as well as with flavorful pasta dishes, especially those made with mushrooms, or truffles. It is so smooth that it can be served as an alternative to our 2011 Cabernet if one is so inclined.  We last paired it with a pasta made from venison Osso Bucco sauce, which included a healthy portion of mushrooms in the dish.

Price: $46.85