This Pinot Blanc is sourced from a single vineyard in the Eola-Amity Hills. It is fermented and aged in barrel for 12 months, then transferred to tank for three months before bottling. It undergoes malolactic fermentation which rounds out the bright acidity that this grape is known for.
50 cases made
2016 was an warm and lovely vintage in the Willamette. The intersection of the quality of the fruit and the quantity grown has no analogue in modern Oregon wine history. As a result, we were able to experiment with multiple vineyard sites and continue to explore what pinot blanc is and does in this valley.
The 2016 Harper Voit Surlie Pinot Blanc, sourced from two vineyard sites, is barrel fermented ...