Prairie Rotie 2015
July - September 2015
2 years in French and American oak barrels
ON THE NOSE: Dried rose, coriander, earth and hints of toasted vanilla ON THE PALATE: Cranberry, dried Bing Cherries, clove and allspice with lingering tannins and coffee on the back palate
2019 Houston LSR Int'l Wine Competition - Gold Medal, Class Champion, & Texas Class Champion 2019 San Francisco Chronicle Wine Competition - Silver Medal 2019 Lone Star Int'l Wine Competition - Best in Category & GOLD medal
The 2015 Prairie Rotie is a blend of Mourvedre and Carignan from Reddy Vineyards located in theTexas High Plains with Merlot, Mourvedre and Barbera from Texas Hill Country’s Drew Tallent, Becker’s Estate and Peter’s Prairie Vineyards.
Food Pairing Notes
Your favorite wild game, turkey or lamb
Enjoy now or hold 5-7 years
TOMAS ARREDONDO III
(Dec 5, 2019 at 9:23 AM)
My girlfriend loves Pinot noir , I am not a wine drinker . I asked if they had any Pinot , they did not but I was asked to try this one. I did not want to say I was not a wine drinker so I tasted it and I must say it was very good. Bought a bottle and took it to my girlfriend and she loved it. We buy this bottle often.