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Powers Syrah 2018
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"On the nose, rich notes of blackberry, plum, wet slate and violets. On the palate, lush layers of black licorice, hints of ripe raspberry, cocoa, and fennel. Finishing with smooth, round tannins that create a beautiful mouthfeel with lingering spices. Powers wines are crafted to showcase Washington States diverse microclimates and distinctive vineyards. Balanced by New and Old World influences, our wine program includes single-vineyard Reserve Cabernets, AVA focused-wines, and Columbia Valley wines. We source ... read more
Item ID: #47096
Location at store:87b,91d
Size: 750mL (wine)
Closure: Screw Cap

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"On the nose, rich notes of blackberry, plum, wet slate and violets. On the palate, lush layers of black licorice, hints of ripe raspberry, cocoa, and fennel. Finishing with smooth, round tannins that create a beautiful mouthfeel with lingering spices. Powers wines are crafted to showcase Washington States diverse microclimates and distinctive vineyards. Balanced by New and Old World influences, our wine program includes single-vineyard Reserve Cabernets, AVA focused-wines, and Columbia Valley wines. We source a variety of the highest quality fruit to consistently produce compelling wines of uncommon depth and complexity, balance of fruit, floral, spice, and earth."~Winery Notes

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Powers Winery"Since 1992, Powers Winery has selected grapes from some of the finest vineyards in Washington State's Columbia Valley. Winemaker Greg Powers oversees these grapes from vine to bottle, producing wines of character and distinction. Powers wines have been recognized by such notables as the Wine Spectator, which has referred to the winery as a "rising star", and recently Wine Enthusiast named Powers Winery as one of the "50 Great U.S. Cabernet Producers." Columbia Valley, Washington State's finest viticultural area, is well suited for world-class vinifera grapes, with weeks of 85-95 degree Fahrenheit daytime temperatures during the summer, and winters cold enough to eliminate vineyard pests. The average annual rainfall of less than eight inches, combined with deep, well-drained volcanic soil, allows for precisely controlled application of water through irrigation."

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