“This is sort of a ‘rosé’ for us. As you’ll see on the back of the bottle it states ‘rose-ish’. We wanted to have the playfulness and functionality of a rosé without actually using any red fruit. Whether you call it white wine, orange wine, or rose, Where ya PJs at?, cause this thing is a slumber party!” — Ross + Bee Maloof, Maloof Wines
Grapes: 80% Pinot Gris, 15% Riesling, 5% Schönburger
Style: Skin Contact Wine
Alcohol Content: 12% Alcohol by Volume
Vineyard: No Clos Radio, Logsdon Ridge Vineyard, Plum Hill Vineyard
Appellation: Willamette Valley
Viticulture: Own rooted, dry farmed, Organic
Soils: Jory, Loess, Woodburn, Kilton
Elevation: 350–500 ft
Vinification: All of the Pinot Gris lots were fermented in open top fermenters on the skins with daily punch downs until dry (20 days on average). About 20% of each lot of Pinot Gris was fermented carbonically in sealed containers, for the same length of time as the open top ferments. The two methods from each vineyard were pressed off together, and then moved into neutral French oak. Riesling was fermented and aged in neutral oak barrels. Schonbürger was fermented on the skins until dry (18 days), and then pressed and aged in neutral french oak. All of the lots were blended in the early spring, and bottled unfined and unfiltered in late March.
Production: 1605 cases of 750mL Bottles
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