Inexplicably pink and frizzante, this white wine made from Pinot Noir grapes is meant to pair with oysters and other briny sea creatures.
Variety: 100% Pinot Noir
Vineyard: Laurel Vineyard
Location: Chehalem Mountains, OR
Inexplicably pink and frizzante, meant to pair with oysters and other briny sea creatures. This is Teutonic’s attempt at making Muscadet.
Wild yeast fermented with no extended skin contact. Wine was white when it went into tank before bottling, and came out pink and frizzante before aging in neutral oak barrels.
The fruit comes from Laurel Vineyard, which is located on the top of Bald Peak in the Chehalem Mountains AVA. It’s 1250ft in elevation, making it one of the highest vineyards in Oregon.