Having a rich fruitful bouquet this vintage rendered us a classic medium bodied varietal. Aged in Neutral French Oak, this bold wine offers fruit forward notes of blackberry that carries into a smooth finish. Enjoy this delicacy with stuffed mushrooms or with a savory stir-fry and your choice of protein.
Being more of a classic Syrah our 2013 Syrah is a medium bodied wine. While having aromas of dried plums and blackberry, this wine has a smooth taste and a lingering fruit finish. Enjoy this varietal with a dark cacao bar or with a braised lamb shank for lunch or dinner.
Our 2011 Syrah is light and non-traditional with fruity characteristics of marionberry, cherry, and strawberry followed by a smooth finish. Enjoy on a hot summer day chilled to 58° for a nice alternative to a white varietal.
Our unique Rosé is made using the Saignee method and aged 16 months. making a beautiful and vibrantour unique and beautiful 2012 Rosé was first incepted after the juice from our 2012 Sangiovese and transferred into a stainless steel barrel where it aged for 16 months. Chill to a cool 50°F, to best enjoy this beautiful and vibrant wines’ offerings of fragrant strawberry and bold pineberry undertones.
Perfect to pair with a summer night dinner by the grill with vegetables or your favorite pasta tossed in a light sauce.
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Wine Storage Tips
Get the most out of your Clavey wine with proper storage. Here are a few tips to help:
Consistency:Low Temp, High Humidity, Darkness - Be sure to store your wine away from direct light between50% to 70% humidity.Proper humidity will prevent the cork from drying out and causing oxidation. Wine should be kept at a constant temperature of 45 to 65 degrees Fahrenheit, though 55 degrees is ideal.
Store Sideways -Store your wines on its side so it keeps constant contact with the cork, preventing it from drying out and causing oxidation.
Closets & Basements -seldom used closets and home basements are great places to store your wines. Don’t store in the kitchen as it can get too warm, nor in the fridge long term as it can dry out the cork.