deep red fruit and strawberry preserves. T
subtle oak spice
TThe vines are double guyot cane pruned for small berries, clusters and lower yields. The 2015 vintage endured the continuing drought and still, the ideal weather—dry and temperate with few heat spikes—mde for hastened yet predictable growing events. Harvest was the exact same day as the year before, September 4th, with beautifully ripened fruit ready to pick.
Native yeast and native malolacitc methods were employed. The wine was aged for 18 months in 40% New French Oak from Francois Freres in Burgundy. The finsuhed wine was bottled unfined and unfiltered in March after 18 months in barrel. Native Yeast, Native Malolactic Cooperage: Aged 18 months in 40% New French Oak (Francois Freres) Winemaker: Kirk Venge Production: 250 Cases Release Date: Summer 2016
40% New French Oak, 8 months in barrel.