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Pray Tell The Rocks District of Milton Freewater Syrah 2021


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  • Origin: The Rocks District of Milton-Freewater, Oregon, USA
  • Winery: Pray Tell
  • Soil Type: Unique cobblestone-rich soils, contributing to the wine's distinct profile.
  • Grape Variety: Syrah
  • Winemaking Philosophy: Inspired by Northern Rhone expressions, focusing on elegance, perfume, spice, and tension. Techniques include picking at optimal brightness, limited maceration, cooler fermentation temperatures, gentle pressing, and aging in a mix of new/neutral oak and terracotta amphora.
  • Tasting Notes: This Syrah is elegant and perfumed, with a spicy profile and underlying tension. Expect notes of dark fruit, earth, and minerality, with a savory quality. The winemaking approach brings restraint to the wine's natural power, resulting in a balanced and complex expression.
  • Aging Potential: Approachable upon release, but with potential for cellaring to evolve and grow in complexity.
  • Pairing: Pairs well with grilled meats, stews, and robust vegetarian dishes.
  • Philosophy: The winemaker's vision is to create wines that are invitations to all, transcending preconceived notions and distinctly transporting the drinker to their origin and vinification.

About the Wine: The Pray Tell Syrah from The Rocks District of Milton-Freewater is a reflection of the winemaker's dedication to crafting a Syrah that balances The Rocks Syrah inherent power with elegance and restraint. This approach results in a wine that is not only a representation of its unique terroir but also an exemplar of poised Syrah in the US. The thoughtful winemaking process and the wine's potential for evolution make it a compelling choice for both immediate enjoyment and future exploration. One of our favorite wines of 2023!

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