- After running Bodega Calle in Argentina for more than a decade,
but having built our import business from Oregon, we thought it important to finally try our hand with the challenging varietal of Pinot Noir and
soon thereafter added the Willamette Valley Chardonnay.
About the Wine
- Our aim for this wine is to combine the different facets of the Willamette Valley’s terroir in a standalone bottling.
- This is very much a hands-on project, and all of our staff can be found getting dirty at harvest, from accounting, to operations, to sales!
- Even in the warmest vintages, we like that Oregon is known as the most similar growing region in the USA to Burgundy. Thus, our wines will grow and
develop in the bottle for many years and will always be wines made to enjoy with food.
Vintage: 2016 | Wine Type: White Wine
Origin: Oregon, USA | Appellation: Willamette Valley
Elaboration: Hand harvested grapes, pressed, barrel fermented and aged for 12 months in new, 1st and 2nd use French oak barrels.
Winemaker: Kirk Ermisch
This Chardonnay is well-balanced and savory and satisfying. Well textured with floral, apple and lively citrus flavors. A robust yet delightful
oak finish rounds out this 2016 vintage.
Production: 50 cases | Alcohol: 14.2% | TA: 6.7g/l | Residual Sugar: <0.1 g/l |
Press & Points
Awaiting Press Results
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