Aroma: Strong red fruit on the nose.
Taste: Bright yet stable flavors, this wine is light bodied, minerally, with sippable acidity, and red pie cherry flavors.
Pairing: The brightness of this wine goes well with medium fatty fish, crisp salads, and red meat.
Additional Notes: Twenty-eight to forty days (depending on tank) of Carbonic Maceration on Pinot Noir from the Willamette Valley (with a tiny amount of Pinot Gris co-fermented), followed by a few days of “fouler le raisin”, otherwise known as foot treading. Wine was pressed directly into neutral barrels and aged for 12 months on original lees. 12ppm of SO2 prior to bottling. No fining or filtration.
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