2019 Estate Traditional Methode Sparkling

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2019 Estate Traditional Methode Sparkling
2019 Estate Traditional Methode Sparkling
Tasting notes

On the nose, toasted brioche and honeydew come together with Asian pear and yuzu. On the palate, mouthwatering acid and bubbly minerality balance the pear and yuzu. Accented with radish shoot and white mushroom, this wine has a lingering long finish with a touch of creme caramel. 

Production notes

The wine has been fermented in French oak for 12 months, then bottle aged on its lees (tirage) for 30 months. On January 25th, 2023, the wine was disgorged, corked and caged.

Varietal100% Estate Grown Fruit
Varietal CompositionChardonnay
AppellationWillamette Valley
VineyardDavid Hill Vineyards
Harvest Date09/07/2019
AgingFermented in French oak for 12 months
Residual Sugar<.02g/100mL
Volume750 ml
Bottling Date08/23/2020
Cases Produced99
Country of OriginUNITED STATES

In 2019, the Northern Willamette Valley saw a return to a more classic cool vintage. Spring was warm and damp with a late bud-break, while the growing season was moderate and steady. Early rains and a rapid October cool down created the need for strategic harvesting of fruit, which rewarded us with optimal ripeness and retention of acidity. From 2019 we may see one of the best vintages in the last two decades. 

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