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Sauvignon Blanc

picked

August 29, 2018

Waning gibbous moon

pressed

August 29, 2018

Waning gibbous moon

racked

February 7, 2019

Waxing crescent moon

bottled

Aprl 15, 2019

Waxing gibbous moon

These vines were planted with the help of Willow's little hands. This beauty was fermented in Edgar - the cement egg - using only native yeast. This wine is the result of many years of experimentation, and where we've landed is in a field of pears, grapefruit, and key lime pie.

Sémillon

picked

August 29, 2017

First quarter moon

pressed

September 12, 2017

Third quarter moon

racked

June 8, 2018

Waxing crescent moon

bottled

June 15, 2018

Full moon

This one is a crowd favorite, and one of mine as well. It's an odd bird with its own ideas, and I'm obsessed with this weird bird. It spent 31 days on skins, extracting personality and structure. While it's still refreshing with its acidity and brightness, this will definitely be a conversation piece that could punch you in your mouth.

Group Song

picked

Full moon

pressed

Full moon

racked

August 18, 2017

Waning crescent moon

bottled

June 15, 2018

Waxing crescent moon

When wolves come together in a pack, they have many different reasons for singing. Sometimes, it's territorial. Sometimes, it's to find their kin. Other times, it's 'cause they wanna party. This Group Song is a beautiful blend of all of that. It is this vintages' perfect expression of grapes needing their other to shine brighter.