Division Winemaking Company Division-Villages La Frontière Willamette Valley Sauvignon Blanc 2017

$23.99

Kate and Thomas at first shied away from making a Sauvignon Blanc. They wanted to steer clear of the 'cat pee' and grassy notes often found in wines made from unripe grapes. andnbsp;They are usually among the first to start picking, but this time they had to harvest later than normal yet still maintain balance and acidity. The fruit comes from organically farmed vineyards, the majority from the Redford-Wetle Vineyard in Eola-Amity Hills, and 30% from the Allegre Vineyard in the Columbia Gorge. The wine was fermented sur lie in a combination of neutral Burgundy barrels, stainless steel and one 500L puncheon.

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Ratings on Delectable

Michael Piaker

18 May 2018. Chambers Street Wines, New York, NY.

18 May 2018. Chambers Street Wines, New York, NY.

9.0

Sergio Licea

Lychee, gooseberries, dried stone fruit, pea tendrils, marjoram, honeysuckle, toast, white flowers, smoke. Lively rounded acidity, medium bodied, juicy mineral texture, floral-citrus pith finish. Delicate aromatics, palate is plush with ample richness, unfolds gradually into classic Loire notes. Wonderful pairing possibilities.

Lychee, gooseberries, dried stone fruit, pea tendrils, marjoram, honeysuckle, toast, white flowers, smoke. Lively rounded acidity, medium bodied, juicy mineral texture, floral-citrus pith finish. Delicate aromatics, palate is plush with ample richness, unfolds gradually into classic Loire notes. Wonderful pairing possibilities.

9.3

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  • 606A West 28th Street
    New York, NY 10001

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    Saturday: 12pm - 8pm
    Sunday: 12pm - 7pm

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