Teutonic Riesling Wahlstrom Vineyard Willamette Valley Teutonic Riesling Wahlstrom Vineyard Willamette Valley Teutonic Riesling Wahlstrom Vineyard Willamette Valley Download PDF

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Winery Teutonic Wine Company
VarietiesRiesling
Farming Practiceslow impact / dry-farming
Harvest Techniqueby hand
Yeastambient pied de cuve
Fermentationnatural spontaneous fermentation / fermented in neutral oak (no steel)
Maturation5 months in neutral oak
Filtergentle cross-flow
Finingnone
Alcohol12%
Item NoOR4046
Size750ML
Bottle Case12
Country United States
Region Oregon
Sub-region Willamette Valley
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Teutonic Riesling Wahlstrom Vineyard Willamette Valley
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“We feel very lucky to work with fruit from David Hill Vineyard, as it is one of the oldest in the Willamette Valley and has historic significance in Oregon winemaking. Both David Lett and Charles Coury, who were friends, both started their Oregon vineyard endeavors in 1965, though there are still conflicting opinions on who actually planted the very first vine in Oregon, David Lett or Charles Coury. You will get a different answer depending on who you ask. Though we know David Lett, also known as Papa Pinot, evolved into the most significant figure in Oregon’s wine making history, while Charles Coury failed and went back to California where he was originally from.”

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