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Glen Fiona Glen Fiona - the first Walla Walla winery to produce Syrah. 2004 - Great New Wines Coming Your Way! We will release a new wine during the Spring Release Open House. Our 2003 Bacchus-Sagemoor Syrah. This 100% is full-bodied, dense, and fuity with aromas of blackberry and plum balanced the smooth finish you all rave about. We also have this year a 2002 Viognier Walla Walla Valley, which just won a Bronze Medal at the Dallas Morning News Competition. Along with Glen Fiona's award winning syrah, you will be able to taste our 2001 Basket Press Reserve Lot 57 which was just awarded a Silver Medal at The Starwine International Competition. We are looking forward to seeing you and share our wines with you.

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1249 Lyday Lane, Walla Walla, WA, US, 99362 Email: syrah@glenfiona.com
Phone: 509-522-2566 Web: www.glenfiona.com
Fax: 509-522-2568
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  1999 Syrah Walla Walla Valley 'Puncheon-Aged'
In this wine one finds baker ?s cocoa, ripe blackberry and even white peppercorn, a pleasant and piquant alter-ego of the black spice. It easily succeeds in providing a sensational addition to the Rhône-style section of your cellar. Glen Fiona ?s benchmark wines are made from Walla Walla Valley fruit, and they continue to be the winery ?s finest offerings in its range of appellation-based Syrahs. An age-worthy, finely structured wine, the 1999 Glen Fiona Walla Walla Valley Syrah is fully capable of reaching its peak between 2007 to 2009.If you can't wait, it shows well now and will be a pleasant and perfect accompaniment to peppercorn steak, grilled vegetables, salmon, lamb chops or kebabs.
  2000 Glen Fiona Walla Walla Valley Syrah
Co-fermented with Viognier in the spirit of Côte-Rôtie, this blend respects the tradition as the white grapes bring softness and complexity to the wine. Spices, orange rind, red and black berries and cocoa fill the aroma of this age-worthy wine. The 2000 Glen Fiona Walla Walla Valley can be cellared for a few years. However, it shows well now and pairs easily with peppercorn steak, grilled salmon, and hearty stews.
  2000 Syrah Yakima Valley
Made from four vineyards in Washington's oldest appellation, this wine is a complex, co-fermented blend of 90% Syrah and 10% Grenache Noir. A dark and dense mouthful of blackberry and ripe plum, spiced up with an ample amount of white and black peppercorn. Aged 16 months in puncheons for a long life in the Rhone-style section of your cellar. Another Glen Fiona original, full of style and elegance.
  2001 Cuvee Parallel 46
Glen Fiona's first Rhone-style Cuvee and we are excited! This is a complex red wine blend, made from 55% Syrah, 25% Cinsault and 20% Counoise grapes from Walla Walla appellation vineyards. Aged in American and French oak barrels for over 15 months. This wine is ready for enjoyment now and displays foward red fruit and balanced tannins. Put a bottle on your dinner table and enjoy it with lamb, grilled red meats, or how about grilled salmon. Only 378 cases made.
  2001 Glen Fiona Basket Press Reserve Lot 57
The Most Rhône-like of Glen Fiona's stable of Syrahs, the 2001 Basket Press Reserve is a nod to the old world vinification techniques. The wine contains Syrah, Cinsault, Counoise, Grenache and Viognier. Discrete nuances of saddle leather, bacon fat, licorice and maple are integrated into the cherry fruit and black peppercorn spice. The vines for the Basket Press Reserve are dry-farmed in rivervine, cobbly loam soils, and as such are low-yielding. The Cinsault component is from the oldest vinifera block in the Walla Walla Valley. This vin du Gard is not intented for early consumption, but will greatly reward the patient Rhône enthusiast who lovingly cellars it for a few years.
  2001 Glen Fiona Walla Walla Valley Syrah
Excellent conditions in Walla Walla ripened this stellar example of Walla Walla Valley Syrah. Suave and rich, the fruit rises from the glass abundantly. Co-fermented with Viognier in the spirit of Côte-Rôtie, this blend respects the traditional encepagement as the white grapes bring elegance and complexity to the Syrah. Spices, orange rind, red and black berries fill the aroma and repeat the flavor, along with cocoa and vanilla. Glen Fiona's benchmarks wines are made from the Walla Walla Valley fruit, and they continue to be the winery's finest offerings in its range of appellation-based Syrah. An aged-worthy, finely structured wine, the 2001 Glen Fiona Walla Walla Valley Syrah if fully capable of reaching its peak between 2007 and 2009. If you cannot wait, it shows well now and will be a pleasant and perfect accompaniment to peppercorn steak, grilled red meat, salmon, lamb chops or hearty stews.
  2002 Glen Fiona Walla Walla Valley Viognier
Our Viognier has a light gold hue and is mildly sweet. Its fresh and complex aroma has a pleasant and delicate bouquet of honey and lychee balanced by a hint of orange blossom. Savour this wine on a cool summer day or with your meals including appetizers, light seafood dishes or roasted chicken.
  2003 Syrah Bacchus-Sagemoor
The 2003 Glen Fiona Bacchus-Sagemoor Syrah has a deep ruby-purple hue offering liquid fruits and fresh aroma of vibrant extracted syrah.The rich,dense and smooth texture of the syrah lingers on the palate with loads of ripe plums and blackberry fruits. Dark chocolate notes weave through the dense layers of blackberries and plums, along with subtle aroma of licorice and violets. Made in a non-wooded style for retention of fruit and early enjoyment, the 2003 syrah is a food lover?s delight. Enjoy it with a wide variety of foods including peppercorn steak, grilled meat and salads, spicy red sauces atop pasta, lamb and coq au vin. Moreover, you can also savour our Bacchus-Sagemoor with your favorite chocolate desserts, so don?t wait until Valentine?s day to try it.

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