2021 6000 BC

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2021 6000 BC
2021 6000 BC
Tasting notes
With aromas of bright orange, hibiscus and white tea, this orange wine welcomes summer. The palate is of refined tension with flavors of mouth watering nectarine, finishing with a chalky, subtle bitterness, and soft tannic structure.
Production notes

The earthenware Qvevri wine vessels discovered in the Republic of Georgia can be traced back as far as 6000 B.C..These ancient vessels & the method of fermenting white grapes with their skins inspires us to produce this wine.

Varietal Composition60% Pinot Gris 30% Gewurztraminer
10% Riesling
AppellationWillamette Valley
VineyardDavid Hill Vineyards
Harvest Date09/29/2021
AgingFermented and aged in Amphorae
Residual Sugar<.02g/100ml
Volume750 ml
Bottling Date07/22/2022
Cases Produced154

In 2021, the blooming season started rainy for most of the Willamette Valley and Tualatin Hills. Fortunately, David Hill’s vines bloomed later, resulting in abundant yields at harvest time. The overall temperatures for the season were warm, but even with the heat spikes in the summer it did not affect the vines or spike the sugar content. In fact, the dry heat of the growing season allowed for intentional hanging times for many of our varietals. The conditions of this vintage has created wines with complex flavors and aromas, making 2021 one of our favorite vintages in the last few years.

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