Teutonic Chasselas Willamette Valley 2014 Teutonic Chasselas Willamette Valley 2014 Teutonic Chasselas Willamette Valley 2014 Print Sheet

Specifications
Winery Teutonic Wine Company
VarietiesOther White
Farming Practiceslow impact, no irrigation
SoilsVaried
Year Vines Were Planted1968
YeastNatural
FermentationNatural spontaneous fermentation; fermented in neutral oak (no steel).
Maturation5 months in neutral oak
FilterGentle cross-flow
FiningNone
Alcohol10.5%
Item NoOR417-14
Size750ML
Bottle Case12
Country United States
Region Oregon
Sub-region Willamette Valley
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Teutonic Chasselas Willamette Valley 2014
Story

David Hill Winery is named for its geographical location. The name of the hill we sit on is David’s Hill, for Frederick David, an Oregon pioneer from the 1800’s.

In 1965 Charles Coury, along with a few other wine pioneers, came north from California to establish vineyards in the Willamette Valley where they believed they could successfully grow Pinot Noir. Many of the vines still exist. There are approximately 6 acres of old vine Pinot Noir and 2 acres of Riesling. There are many other white varietals that were planted at that time as well, including the Silvaner and Chasselas Dore. David Hill Winery is home to the Willamette Valley’s oldest Pinot Noir Vines.