Hedges Estate Red Mountain Bel’ Villa Syrah

Hedges Estate Red Mountain Bel’ Villa Syrah 2016

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Hedges Family Estate
U.S.A. > Washington > Red Mountain

This a wonderful example of Washington State Syrah. Grown in the famed Red Mountain AVA - the smallest and most prestigious AVA in the state - this single vineyard cuvée is full of enticing tart fruit and spice character. 2016 was an impressive harvest in this region, and this wine shows all the promise of a stellar vintage. 

In the glass, this wine is a dark, rich garnet colour.
On the nose, an exciting bouquet of white pepper, cassis, dried blueberry, dried cherry. There is a touch of coffee and cocoa powder as well.
On the palate, it is lovely and rich with flavours of tart cherry, sweet orange peel, a touch of vanilla, and a fine tannin structure.

A perfect good wine, try with roast lamb, burgers, grilled ribs, or hearty soups.
SKU: 13HBV16
Bottle Size: 75CL
ABV: 13.5%
Vintage: 2016

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Hedges Family Estate

Hedges is the leading winery in the Red Mountain AVA, perhaps Washington State's most prestigious appellation and an area that was awarded AVA status in 2001 thanks largely to the tireless efforts of the Hedges family. Their hard work was most certainly justified - this steep slope was formed (like much of the state's viticultural areas) by millions of years... Read More >>