This block selection spent 10 months in 50% new French oak. It shows lean red berry and brambly fruit, and stem flavors abound. A hint of bacon fat from barrel aging.
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|Description||2017 Pinot Noir Crickism #1 Never try to fit in as we were all born to stand out...||The 2019 vintage was Oregon's hottest and largest harvest on record, producing lush round fruit with balance acidity! We would like to introduce our take on Pinot Noirs favorite mutation: The 2017 Other People’s Pinot Gris is like Juggling Apples, Pears and Peaches while dancing to Pharell's "Happy" - enthralling, upbeat, fresh and deluxe.|
This vintage of Pinot Blanc follows other award winning vintages, including the 2017 which won “Best White Wine” in the Livermore Valley, at the 2018 Tri-Valley Uncorked Wine Competition, and “Best Overall Pairing at last years ”Taste our Terroir”, Livermore Valley’s premier food and wine competition. This medium bodied Pinot Blanc boasts aromas of white peach, citrus, melon and honey. This bright and racy wine brings a fresh creaminess adding fullness to the mouth feel with a soft and creamy mid-palate. A long finish brings the whole experience together with just a touch of stone fruit and minerals. Serve slightly chilled, with the following suggested pairings: Scallops sautéed in lemon butter with zest of citrus and lime, grilled prawns, fish tacos, clam steamers, or just about any seafood.
|Content||This block selection spent 10 months in 50% new French oak. It shows lean red berry and brambly fruit, and stem flavors abound. A hint of bacon fat from barrel aging.|
50% Marquette, 17% Brianna and 33% Wild Apples. The grapes were hand picked from the Mad Meadows Vineyard between September and October 2019 and the wild apples were harvested between October and November from Canamack Farm. Both grapes varieties were fermented and foot crushed whole cluster separately. After the wild apples were milled, the pulp underwent a week long maceration. The Marquette & Brianna co-fermented and aged in demijohn. In the late spring/early summer of 2020 we blended the Marquette, Brianna, and Wild apples and organic maple syrup was added to the still base wine of the Marquette, Brianna, and Wild apples to start a second alcoholic fermentation. The wine was bottled to finish under cap as a traditional method sparkling wine. Native yeast fermentation. No sulfur additions, fining, filtering, or funny business in the winery, just fucking fermented juice.
Vintage: 2019 Alcohol By Volume: 8% Style: Traditional Method Sparkling Wine Vineyard: Mad Meadows Vineyard - Warren, Vermont Orchard: Canamack Farm, Grand Isle, Vermont Soil: Sandy Loam & Silt Loam Elevation: 1,395 ft. above sea level. Varieties: 75% Marquette, 17% Brianna and 33% Wild Apples Agriculture: Organic Fermentation: Unfined, Unfiltered, Zero SO2 or any other additions Ingredients: Just Grapes, Apples & Maple Syrup Cases Produced: 100 Label Art By: Jessica Pettway
|Our 2019 LVE Chardonnay is full, rich and balanced. The nose boasts aromas of white fruit, star jasmine and mango. Long on the palate, its reminiscent of caramelized butter and almond with a hint of cardamom and citrus zest. The wine was 100% barrel fermented in a mix of Francois Frere and Baron oak barrels 38% new for 8 months before bottling. The wine went through 100% malolactic fermentation with a mix of native and inoculated ferments.|