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Why Wine Serving Temperatures Matter
By Maggie Harnett, Tasting Room Manager

A hot bowl of soup can warm your soul on a brisk night, and there’s nothing more refreshing than an ice cold drink in summertime. Though we don’t always stop and think about it, temperature plays in a big role … Continue reading

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Making our Chardonnay

Now that the harvesting work is complete, we’re focusing on fermenting our grape juice into wine. This past Monday our winemaker, Richard, was at work overseeing an early stage of the winemaking process called malolactic fermentation.

This process introduces flavor complexity and texture to the wine. Richard will stir every barrel each week until

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