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2012 Côte Bonneville Estate Bottled DuBrul Vineyard Syrah Yakima Valley Washington

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2012 Côte Bonneville Estate Bottled DuBrul Vineyard Syrah Yakima Valley Washington
SRP: $65 Bottle / $780 case of 12
1-27 Cases Landed Profit Margin: 31.47%
28+ Cases Landed Profit Margin: 34.29%
FOB Profit Margin: 42.50%

2012 Côte Bonneville Syrah In 1992 we planted DuBrul Vineyard in the Yakima Valley, Washington’s oldest appellation. Our experienced team and spectacular site consistently produce grapes with unique flavors and structure. Meticulously cared for, DuBrul Vineyard was named “Vineyard of the Year” by SEATTLE Magazine in 2007 and again in 2009. Côte Bonneville was founded in 2001 to create wines that best express our spectacular site each vintage year. By combining traditional winemaking techniques with cutting-edge science, we craft estate-grown grapes into world-class wines. Tasting Notes Côte Bonneville's 2012 Syrah explodes with blueberry, huckleberry, marionberry and boysenberry. The dark fruit is complemented by lavender, exotic spice, cocoa and Earl Grey tea. Bright acidity is a refreshing counterpoint to the rich texture. Long finish, complexity, and exceptional balance are hallmarks of the Syrah from our DuBrul hillside vines. This versatile food wine pairs well with roasted leg of lamb, braised short ribs or blueberry crumble. Soils Our Syrah vines are planted in shallow Scoon silt loam soil on a steep slope (15-30%) which faces southwest at 1300 ft elevation. The soil is well drained, with low available water capacity. It is formed in wind driven loess, underlain by basalt. The upper portions of the rows yield small berries and small clusters, while at the lower portions deeper soils have accumulated, producing larger berries and larger clusters. The lower grapes flesh out the intense core of the upper fruit. Technical Data Small lot fermentations in one ton fermentors, punched down by hand French Oak Aging: 20 months in two year old French oak cooperage. Blend: 100% Syrah pH: 3.54 Alcohol: 13.8% Cases Produced: 238

Fanciful Name: Estate Bottled DuBrul Vineyard
Vintage: 2012
Varietal: Syrah
Region/AVA: Yakima Valley
ABV: 13.8%
Annual Production: 238
Country Of Origin: US
Bottle Size: 750
Bottles Per Case: 12
Closure Type: Cork
Scores: 93 WA, 94 Cellar Selection Wine Enthusiast

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