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RoxyAnn Syrah

FOOD & WINE Wine Club RoxyAnn Syrah FOOD & WINE Wine Club RoxyAnn Syrah
Winery RoxyAnn Winery
Grape Syrah
Year 2009
Country United States
Appellation Rogue Valley

$30.00 $25.50 per bottle

Member Price: $22.95
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Oregon’s cool climate has made it a source of acclaimed Pinot Noir, but this red makes a case for the region’s Syrah, too.
What You Need To Know
Most of Oregon is too cool to grow Syrah, the signature grape of France’s northern Rhône Valley. But in the southern part of the state, not far from the California border, the Rogue Valley gets warm enough to ripen this heat-loving grape. RoxyAnn owner Jack Day took a chance by planting Syrah on his Rogue Valley property a decade ago, but risk-taking might be in his genes—he comes from a family that helped pioneer Oregon’s orchard farming business in the early 1900s. Warm days and cool nights give this Syrah its spicy, vibrant fruit and firm tannins.
Smell It
Smell It
Blackberry and cherry aromas have a peppery edge typical of Syrah.
Taste It
Taste It
Brawny but polished, with deep, smoky black cherry and spice notes.
Serve It
Serve It
Cellar temperature—the bottle should be cool to the touch.
Pair It
Pair It
Grilled, braised or roasted red meats, especially lamb.