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2009 J. Lohr Hilltop Cabernet Sauvignon

VINTAGE
The 2009 winegrowing season in Paso Robles is best characterized as being warmer and dryer than average. Cabernet Sauvignon does well in dry years and 2009 was no exception. Winter rainfall was well below normal for the third year in a row, recording just half of the 12 inch annual average at our Home Ranch weather station. Cold temperatures in April limited vine growth in the first month after budbreak, but was followed by a warmer May with a one day spike reaching 104°F just after bloom. The added heat units helped to establish the leaf canopy necessary to ripen this Hilltop Cabernet just in time, as an unlikely rain event on October 13th delivered between 2.5 and 11 inches of rain to the region in a single day. This 2009 Hilltop shows significant tannin structure, and the regional expression of black currant, black cherry and chocolate are evident.


VINEYARDS
Our Hilltop Cabernet Sauvignon is grown on a handful of select vineyard sites in the Paso Robles AVA. Blessed with long days of intense sunshine, near 100°F temperatures, and chilly, ocean-cooled nights where fifty-degree temperature swings are not uncommon, our Cabernet vines struggle to survive in the parched, often very gravelly, and sometimes lime shale-laden soils. Water is at a premium in these vineyards, enabling the viticulturist to fine-tune irrigation, producing the darkest fruit with resolved tannins year after year.


TECHNICAL DATA

Appellation: Paso Robles AVA,
San Luis Obispo County
Composition 80% Cabernet Sauvignon, 14% Petite Sirah, 3% Syrah, 2% Petit Verdot, 1% Cab Franc
Harvest Dates: September 25th to October 7th, 2009
Process: Pellenc Select Pick and Broad machine harvest
Harvest Chemistries: 27° Brix, 3.7 pH, total acidity 0.52 g/100ml
Vinification: Yeast: Fermicru VR5 and Lallemand 43
Fermentation:  Primary fermentation in
stainless steel tanks
Temperature: Peak fermentation at 92°F
Maceration: 6 to 10 days
Malo-Lactic: Malolatic complete with Viniflora Oenos
Maturation: 18 months in 225 liter French oak barrels
Barrel Type: French oak, thin stave "Chateau Ferré"
Forest: Center of France, Allier
Coopers: Demptos, Marcel Cadet, Sylvain
Post-Maturation: 10 months bottle age prior to
release
Bottling Numbers: pH: 3.73
Total Acidity: 0.68 g/100ml
Alcohol: 14.67 % by vol
Residual Sugar: Dry
Cases Produced: 8,300
Cellaring: Delicious upon release, but has the structure to age for up to 10 to 12 years.

WINEMAKER'S COMMENTS
The 2009 J. Lohr Hilltop Cabernet Sauvignon is darkly-colored with a red-purple hue. Ripe fruit aromas of black plum and raspberry meld with a bouquet of chocolate and hazelnut from 18 months maturation in French oak barrels. The rich tannin structure of this wine activates the palate and welcomes enjoyment with rich cuisine.
-Steve Peck, Red Winemaker

FOOD PAIRINGS
Wonderful with grilled lamb or herbed beef filet.

WINE LIST DESCRIPTION
Ripe fruit aromas of black plum and raspberry meld with a bouquet of chocolate and hazelnut.

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2011 J. Lohr Estates Riverstone Chardonnay

VINTAGE
2011 joins 1991, 1998, 1999 and 2010 as the coolest vintages of the last twenty years. These years are characterized by either El Niño or La Niña Pacific Ocean influence, with above-average rainfall and unseasonably cool summers. Despite the challenges that cold weather can bring, such as increased mildew and botrytis pressure, these cold vintages have produced outstanding varietal definition in our Chardonnay and White Riesling in the Arroyo Seco. Maturities in our Chardonnay came slowly, with harvest commencing on September 26th. After a few days of picking in our ripest blocks, we decided to stop and wait an additional ten days for other parts of our vineyard to reach optimum ripeness, pushing the final days of harvest into November. The Chardonnay showed ripe apple, citrus and nectarine flavors with high levels of natural grape acidity. As a result, we incorporated higher levels of malolactic fermentation to balance the acidity in our 2011 Riverstone Chardonnay, creating a wine with intense varietal character, palate weight and palate-cleansing acidity.

VINEYARDS
The vines for our J. Lohr Estates Riverstone Chardonnay are grown primarily on Elder loam soils underlain by “riverstones” deposited over thousands of years by the Arroyo Seco River. These stones allow a fourfoot rooting zone that keeps the vines’ vegetative growth and fruit in balance. Additionally, the cool climate and winds of the Salinas Valley extend the growing season and retain the natural grape acids and intense varietal character of the Chardonnay.


TECHNICAL DATA

 

Appellation Arroyo Seco AVA, Monterey County, CA
Composition (Blend) 100% Chardonnay
Harvest dates September 26 - November 4, 2011
Brix at harvest 24.3°
Vinification  
   Malolactic 50% in barrel
   Maturation Aged 8 to 10 months in barrels from new to fourth fill.
Barrels were stirred every two weeks until pump-out
   Barrel type American, Hungarian and French oak
Bottling chemistries  
   pH 3.57
   Total acidity 0.67
   Alcohol 13.55
   Residual Sugar 0.39%
   
Cellaring Drink now, or cellar up to 5 years

 


WINEMAKER'S COMMENTS
This elegant Chardonnay has an attractive pale strawyellow color. The aromas are of nectarine, pear and apple, combined with a perfumed roasted hazelnut and butterscotch bouquet from the barrel fermentation and sur lie aging. The flavors are very soft with ripe pear, tangelo citrus and vanilla toastiness, producing layers of complexity with a silky balance of fresh fruit acidity and palate weight.
Jeff Meier, Winemaker

FOOD PAIRINGS
Pair with dishes such as lobster pappardelle with chive butter, grilled late summer vegetables and creamy butternut squash soup.

WINE LIST DESCRIPTION
A full-bodied Chardonnay with a balance of fruit and oak toastiness and a palate-cleansing acidity.

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2011 Cypress Vineyards Chardonnay

VINTAGE
The windswept Cypress tree, the unmistakable signature plant of California’s coastal terrain, owes its gnarled appearance to the maritime air’s persistent movement either inland or seaward. The ocean’s influence on the Central Coast winegrowing region is significant, keeping coastal and inland valleys refreshingly cool, while preserving the grape’s natural acidity and flavor. For Cypress Vineyards Chardonnay, the daily cooling air from the Pacific moves directly from Monterey Bay and down the Monterey appellations of the Salinas Valley, creating richly flavored Chardonnay fruit with grapefruit and other citrus flavors paired with peach and tropical flavors. Harvesting and pressing in the vineyard at night ensures the preservation of these bright fruit flavors.


TECHNICAL DATA

Origin:  100% Monterey Arroyo Seco
Composition: 80% Chardonnay, 11% White Riesling, 7% Marsanne, 2% Sauvignon Blanc
Bottling Chemistries:
  pH: 3.55
  Total Acidity: 0.73 g/100 ml
  Alcohol: 13.7% alcohol by volume
  Res. Sugar: 0.5 g/100 ml

WINEMAKER'S COMMENTS
The 2011 Cypress Vineyards Chardonnay is a vibrant, straw color with aromas of ripe peach, pear, lychee and honeysuckle. It has lively peach and pear flavors with hints of vanilla and toasted oak. The refreshing acidity, creamy palate texture, and bright fruit aromas and flavors make it an ideal accompaniment to grilled chicken or roasted halibut.

Price: $10.00 750ml

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2011 Cypress Vineyards Cabernet Sauvignon

VINTAGE
The windswept Cypress tree, the unmistakable signature plant of California’s coastal terrain, owes its gnarled appearance to the maritime air’s persistent movement inland and seaward. The ocean’s infl uence on the Central Coast winegrowing region is signifi cant, keeping coastal and inland valleys refreshingly cool at night, while preserving the grapes’ natural acidity. For Cypress Vineyards Cabernet Sauvignon, the 2011 vintage was characterized by high winter rainfall and was the coolest growing season in a decade. This vintage produced exceptionally dark-colored Cabernet Sauvignon with ripe, pure varietal fl avors. Our passionate commitment to our Cypress Vineyards red wines is to preserve and showcase the alluring black currant and cherry fruit fl avors resplendent in grapes grown in the Central Coast.


TECHNICAL DATA

Appellation:  Paso Robles
Composition: 76% Cabernet Sauvignon, 21% Merlot, 3% other red varietals
Bottling Chemistries:
  pH: 3.7
  Total Acidity: 0.68 g/100ml
  Alcohol: 13.48% alcohol by volume
  Res. Sugar: 0.36 g/100ml

WINEMAKER'S COMMENTS
The 2011 Cypress Vineyards Cabernet is dark purple in the glass with a youthful red hue. The aroma is an attractive mix of ripe black currant and violet, with a bouquet of vanilla and smoky cedar. Round, sweet and crisp on the palate, this Cabernet Sauvignon is serious enough for the connoisseur, yet a good choice for anyone who simply enjoys a good glass of red wine. 2011 Cypress Vineyards Cabernet Sauvignon pairs well with roast leg of lamb, osso bucco and spaghetti bolognese. This wine can be enjoyed in its youth, or cellared up to five years.

 Price: $10.00 750ml

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2011 J. Lohr Gesture Grenache Rosé

VINTAGE
The 2011 winegrowing season in Paso Robles was set back when a heavy frost hit the area on April 8th and 9th, just as vines broke dormancy. The new tender shoots were affected in roughly one third of our vineyard blocks, and growth was set back by nearly two weeks as we waited for secondary buds to push the replacement shoots. With ample soil moisture from a wet winter, vine growth flourished in May and June. The low summer temperatures were similar to those of 2010, which was the coolest season in a decade. The resulting wine had brighter fruit acidity and fruit character at lower alcohol levels, making it a wonderful summertime Grenache Rosé.


VINEYARD
One of our newest vineyards, located about 5 miles north of our Paso Robles winery, provided 60% of the fruit for this wine. This vineyard has helped us strengthen our Rhône program and is the primary source of our enticing Grenache Rosé. The site is located near the northern boundary of the Paso Robles appellation and supports both our sustainably-farmed vineyard and an active wildlife corridor. The remaining 40% of the fruit came from two vineyards in the Willow Creek district of Paso Robles, an area known for world class Grenache.


TECHNICAL DATA

Origin: Paso Robles AVA, San Luis Obispo County
Composition: 100% Grenache
 Harvest Dates: September 23 and
November 3rd, 2011
Harvest Process: Hand-harvested and whole cluster-pressed
Harvest Chemistries: 22.7° Brix average, pH 3.27, 0.77 g/100ml total acidity
Vinification: 
  Yeast: Sequential inoculations of Frootzen
  Fermentation: Stainless steel tanks
  Temperature: Fermentation at 52°F
  Maceration: Minimal maceration from use of “Champagne-style” press cycle
  Malolactic: none
  Barrel Type: 2-year-old French oak barrels
  Bottle Aging: Bottled June 27th, 2011 
Bottling Chemistries:
  pH: 3.09
  Total Acidity: 0.58 g/100ml
  Alcohol: 12.85% by volume
  Res. Sugar: 0.54 g/100ml
  Cellaring: Floral and fruit character are most brilliant in the first year
  Cases Produced: 682

WINEMAKER'S COMMENTS
“Mandarin, citrus and wild strawberry aromas tease the nose. The palate expresses fresh fruit, Asian pear and crisp acidity, finishing refreshingly clean, inviting healthy cuisine.”
-Steve Peck, Red Winemaker

FOOD PAIRINGS
The perfect pairing for shellfish, quiche or a whole grain summer salad.

 

Price: $18.00 750ml

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2010 J. Lohr Gesture Syrah

VINTAGE
2010 was the coolest vintage Paso Robles has seen in a decade, with winter rainfall totaling 50% above normal. This growing season started with exceptional soil moisture, and a full leaf canopy was developed by bloom in mid-May. Syrah benefits in cooler years in Paso Robles, developing better color and exhibiting more White pepper characteristic. The density of this Syrah in 2010 was so great that we included of a bit of Grenache to relax the palate.


VINEYARDS
The grapes for our J. Lohr Gesture Syrah are grown at Terra Bella Vineyard, located within the Adelaida subdistrict of the Paso Robles AVA at an elevation of nearly 1,800 feet. The super steep south-facing Block 6 is planted to Syrah clone 877, farmed to just one cluster per shoot, and prone to rapid sugar accumulation and intense flavor concentration.


TECHNICAL DATA

Appellation:

Paso Robles AVA, San Luis Obispo County
Composition: 83% Syrah, 16% Grenache, 1% Mourvèdre
Harvest Dates:  October 8th and 14th, 2010
Harvest Process:  Hand-harvested to half-ton bins, destemmed, and berry-sorted on Vaucher Beguet Mistral system
Harvest Chemistries: 26.2° Brix, 3.49 pH, 0.59 g/100ml total acidity
Vinification:  
  Yeast: ICV D80 yeast
  Fermentation: Fermented in open-top tank with light punch downs
  Temperature: Cold-soaked 3 days at 55°F, fermented to 90°F peak temperature
  Maceration: 8 days on skins
  Malolactic: 100% with Viniflora Oenos
  Maturation: 16 months in puncheons
  Barrel Type: 500L French oak puncheons, 36% new
  Bottle Aging: Bottled March 23, 2012
Bottling Chemistries:
  pH: 3.47
  Total Acidity: 0.65 g/100ml
  Alcohol: 15.4 % by volume
  Res. Sugar: Dry
  Cellaring: Delicious now, but can be cellared for 5 to 8 years.
  Cases produced: 440

WINEWMAKER'S COMMENTS
“The 2010 J. Lohr Gesture Syrah shows great density of color and leads with spicy black fruit aromas. The delicate oak signature reveals white chocolate and a touch of hazelnut. Ripe fruit flavors are dense on the palate, with bright acid and lingering minerality.”
-Steve Peck, Red Winemaker

FOOD PAIRINGS
Mussels with saffron crème or classic duck confit.

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2010 J. Lohr Gesture Mourvèdre

VINTAGE
When comparing California wine styles to those of other regions around the world, one theme that emerges is the riper style and generally higher alcohol content of California wines versus Old World wines. The French in particular are accustomed to a climate where chaptalization (adding sugar) is required in most vintages, while California sunshine nearly always assures fully ripe (some would say overripe) fruit. In the 2010 vintage we saw the coolest daily temperatures in a decade in all our Paso Robles vineyards. We achieved ripe flavors at lower Brix levels than we’ve seen in the past with quite restrained alcohol levels. This 2010 Mourvèdre is a distinct shift in style from previous vintages, exhibiting delicate camphor, anise and lilac attributes.


VINEYARD
Fruit for our 2010 J. Lohr Gesture Mourvèdre was grown at VZZ vineyard, located in the Willow Creek district in the western part of the Paso Robles AVA. These decade-old vines are planted on a steep, southwest-facing lime-shale hillside. The 23% slope in this block makes simply walking this vineyard very difficult. Our farming plan brings the crop to one cluster per shoot for this large-clustered variety, and in order to intensify flavor and color, it requires trimming off the wings and the lower third of the clusters shortly after set. We hand-harvested into half-ton bins on October 29th. The fruit signature of the blend was lifted and the finish lengthened by blending in Grenache from the same vineyard.


TECHNICAL DATA

Appellation:  Paso Robles AVA, San Luis Obispo County
Composition: 77% Mourvèdre, 23% Grenache
Harvest Dates: October 29th, 2010
Harvest Process: Hand-harvested, destemmed, then berry-sorted to remove overripe and underripe berries
Harvest Chemistries: 23.7° Brix, 3.44 pH, 0.57 g/100ml total acidity
Vinification:  
  Yeast: Lallemand ICV-D80
  Fermentation: Fermented in open-top fermenters with light punch downs
  Temperature: Three-day cold soak followed by a hot 92°F fermentation temperature
  Maceration: 7 days on skins, pressed nearly dry
  Malolactic: 100% malolactic, Viniflora Oenos
  Maturation: 16 months in puncheons
  Barrel Type: 500 liter French oak puncheons, 45% new
  Bottle Aging: Bottled March 23, 2010
Bottling Chemistries:
  pH: 3.48
  Total Acidity: 0.54 g/100ml
  Alcohol: 14.09% by volume
  Res. Sugar: Dry
  Cellaring: Delicious now, but can be
cellared for 8 to 10 years
  Cases Produced: 356

WINEMAKER'S COMMENTS
“Mourvèdre is also known as Mataro or Monastrell, among dozens of other synonyms, and is believed to be native to Spain. The 2010 J. Lohr Gesture Mourvèdre is medium-dark with a violet hue. Savory aromas of lilac, anise and black pepper open up to black plum. The soft, talcy texture on the palate remains crisp with a touch of acidity followed by cardamom spice on the finish.”
-Steve Peck, Red Winemaker

Food Pairings
This wine is excellent with all the specialties of southwestern France and Catalonia, such as pork roast, prosciutto tapas, dried almonds, fresh figs and brie cheese.

2010 J. Lohr Gesture GSM

VINTAGE
When comparing California wine styles to those of other regions around the world, one theme that emerges is the riper style and generally higher alcohol content of California wines versus Old World wines. The French in particular are accustomed to a climate where chaptalization (adding sugar) is required in most vintages, while California sunshine nearly always assures fully ripe fruit. (Some would say over-ripe.) In the 2010 vintage we saw the coolest daily temperatures in a decade in all our Paso Robles vineyards. We achieved intensely ripe flavors at lower Brix levels than we’ve seen in the past. Grenache in particular benefits from cooler seasonal temperatures, as this aids in color development and preserves the delicate fruitiness in the aroma and finish.


VINEYARDS
The source of Grenache and Mourvèdre in this blend is from a vineyard once known as Gravity Hills. Located in the Willow Creek district, on the western edge of the Paso Robles AVA, these ten-year-old vines are planted on a steep, southwest-facing lime-shale hillside. The 23% slope in these blocks makes even just walking the vineyard very difficult. Our farming plan brings the crop to one cluster per shoot, and in order to intensify flavor, these large-clustered varieties require trimming off the wings and the lower third of the clusters shortly after set. The Syrah component for this blend came from block 4 of the Terra Bella Vineyard, located within the warmer Adelaida district of the western Paso Robles AVA at an elevation of 1,800 feet..


TECHNICAL DATA

Origin: Paso Robles AVA, San Luis Obispo County
Composition: 75% Grenache, 21% Syrah, 4% Mourvèdre
Harvest Dates: Grenache picked October 29th, 2010
Harvest Process: Hand-harvested fruit was destemmed and berry-sorted before fermentation
Harvest Chemistries: 26.4° Brix, 3.47 pH, 0.55 g/100ml total acidity
Vinification: 
  Yeast: Lallemand ICV-”RC212”
  Fermentation: Fermented in open-top fermentors, with light punch downs daily
  Temperature: Three day cold soak followed by a moderate 88°F fermentation temperature
  Maceration: 9 days on skins prior to pressing
  Malolactic: 100% malolactic, V. Oenos strain
  Maturation: 14 months in puncheons
  Barrel type: 500 liter French oak puncheons, 40% new
  Bottle Aging: Bottled March 23rd, 2012
Bottling Chemistries:
  pH: 3.35
  Total Acidity: 0.70 g/100ml
  Alcohol: 14.88% by volume
  Res. Sugar: Dry
  Cellaring: Delicious now, but can be cellared for up to 5 years.
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WINEMAKER'S COMMENTS
“The 2010 J. Lohr Gesture GSM is medium in color with a bright hue. The high-toned red fruit character of Grenache is spiced by a fraction of Syrah, while Mourvèdre provides a slight savory element. Aging in French oak puncheons contributes aromas of baking spice and a palate structure to the wine. The long-lasting, plummy flavors are refreshing, whetting the appetite for healthy cuisine.”
-Steve Peck, Red Winemaker

FOOD PAIRINGS
Pairs well with grilled meats or fish seasoned with traditional Herbes de Provence. Try with spicy crab cakes, vegetable stew or vegetarian pizza.

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2010 J. Lohr Estates Los Osos Merlot

VINTAGE
2010 was the coolest growing season Paso Robles has seen in a decade, bringing with it rainfall that was 50% above normal. While this cool and wet combination may have presented challenges for the late-ripening varieties, it was ideal for the early-ripening Merlot cultivar. After rapid vine growth in spring consumed most of the moisture held in the rainsoaked soils, we employed our latest thinking in vineyard irrigation strategy and applied absolutely zero irrigation for an 8 to 12 week period in our Merlot blocks between fruit set (mid-June) and veraison (August). This dramatic approach in the vineyard kept berry size small and promoted brown seeds earlier in the season than we had ever seen before. Absent were the agressive tannins that are common in a cool vintage. Instead, 2010 Los Osos Merlot is dense, mature and fruit-driven.


VINEYARDS
Traditionally, we harvest our estate-grown Merlot grapes across a range of sugar ripeness. The early picks usually capture the classic varietal definition of Merlot, while the fruit harvested later adds depth and intensity to the wine. Clone and rootstock combinations, along with variations in soil, add complexity to our Los Osos Merlot, as does the introduction of recently planted Italian clones. We grow our Merlot grapes in Nacimiento-Los Osos, Arbuckle-San Ysidro and Arbuckle- Positas complex soils in our vineyards in Paso Robles, where these well-drained but relatively poor soils have chalky or gravelly components.


TECHNICAL DATA

Apellation: Paso Robles AVA, San Luis Obispo County
Composition: 85% Merlot, 10% Malbec, 5% Petite Sirah
Harvest Dates:  September 24 - October 19st, 2010
Brix at Harvest: 25.2° Brix avg
Vinification:  
  Fermentation: Whole-berry fermentation in stainless steel tanks
  Malolactic: 100%
  Maturation: 12 months in barrel with 22% new oak
  Barrel type: American oak from Missouri forests, medium plus toast with toasted heads
Bottling Chemistries:
  pH: 3.69
  Total Acidity: 0.66 g/100ml
  Alcohol: 13.76% by volume
  Residual Sugar: 0.17 g/100ml
  Cellaring: Showing well upon release, with the potential to age up to five years

WINEMAKER'S COMMENTS
The 2009 J. Lohr Estates Los Osos Merlot has a mature red color with a raspberry hue. Black cherry and pomegranate aromas are accentuated by the high fraction of Malbec in this year’s blend. The toasty oak signature is reminiscent of hazelnut and dark chocolate. This soft red wine has a fine texture on the palate and finishes with a bright Rainier cherry fruit signature.
-Steve Peck, Red Winemaker

FOOD PAIRINGS
An excellent pairing for cheese tortellini, crab bisque or herb roasted chicken.

WINE LIST DESCRIPTION
Ripe fruit aromas of black cherry and pomegranate meld with a barrel signature of chocolate and coconut.

Price: $17.00 750ml

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2011 J. Lohr Estates Bay Mist White Riesling

VINTAGE
The 2011 vintage was one of the coldest since the El Niño and La Niña years of 1998 and 1999. Although the cumulative 2200 Growing Degree Days are slightly higher than those of 2010, the vintage proved dramatically cooler given the very cold, late winter and delayed budbreak. In fact, parts of the Arroyo Seco had their first vine-damaging spring frost, ever! In 2011, cool, moist air ensured the ever-present threat of mildew, but with the diligence of our vineyard team, led by Agapito Vasquez, we made it through the growing season unscathed. White Riesling is the last variety to ripen and was not optimally ripe until the 2nd and 3rd of November! Our patience was rewarded in 2011, as this is perhaps our finest Riesling ever produced at J. Lohr.


VINEYARDS
The vines for our J. Lohr Bay Mist White Riesling are grown in well-drained Chualar loam soils underlain by stones deposited from the Arroyo Seco River. The winds of the Salinas Valley extend the growing season, and the fruit retains its natural grape acids. Our primary goal with this varietal is to evoke the purest manifestation of fruit from the vineyard, enhanced by a combination of cultured yeasts fermented in stainless steel to showcase the grape’s character.


TECHNICAL DATA

Appellation: Arroyo Seco AVA, Monterey County
Composition: 92% White Riesling,
6% Gewurztraminer
2% Orange Muscat
Harvest Date: November 2-3, 2011
Brix at Harvest: 23.6° average
Total Acidity: 0.68 g/100 ml
pH at Bottling: 3.05
Alcohol: 13.12% by volume
Residual Sugar: 2.1 g/100 ml
Vinification: Fermentation: Stainless steel
Maturation: Four months in stainless steel post-fermentation

WINEMAKER'S COMMENTS
The 2011 Bay Mist White Riesling is a youthful, pale yellow color with enticing aromas of lychee, fuji apple, pear and apricot. The flavors are bright, echoing the aromas with the addition of tangelo and orange citrus fruit for an excellent balance of crisp acidity, luscious mouthfeel and a touch of natural carbonation from the stainless steel fermentation.
-Jeff Meier, Winemaker

FOOD PAIRINGS
Enjoy this as an aperitif, or pair with Pacific Rim cuisine such as Thai chicken or beef satay, or Cuban barbeque.

WINE LIST DESCRIPTION
Enticing fruit aromas of lychee, apple, apricot and pear. Refreshing acidity with a slight spritz.

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