75% 2018 Chehalem Mountains Pinot Noir + 25% 2019 Havlin Vineyard Gamay Noir
Partially hand-destemmed with significant whole cluster. Native yeast, minimally extractive open-top fermentation. Lightly basket pressed. The Pinot component over-vintaged for a 20 month élevage in 75% neutral and 25% second-fill oak. The Gamay saw eight months élevage in a single neutral oak barrique. Moved only by gravity. Gently egg white fined. Unfiltered.
Label Series: “Uitwaaien” is a very Columbia Gorge Dutch word. In practice it means to go outside on a windy day, ideally somewhere in nature, and let the strong breezes clear your mind. The label was designed during a tropical storm. The wine is grounding and structured. Consider decanting if drinking young.
Shipping capabilities currently include the following 14 states: Alaska, California, Idaho, Louisiana, Missouri, Nebraska, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Mexico, North Dakota, Oregon, Virginia, Washington, D.C., West Virginia and Wyoming.
Please note that temperatures exceeding 70 degrees Fahrenheit can negatively impact wine quality. If the weather en route to your destination is too warm for safe transport, your wine will be kept safely in the cellar until conditions are conducive to shipping. The signature of an adult at least 21 years of age will be required at the time of delivery.