Sustainability from Vine to Bottle
99.2% of all components for our Riesling are organic. We even use native —
not commercial — yeast to best present the natural character of our vineyard.
We use no pesticides and every element within our sustainably-farmed
vineyard is native to the vineyard.
Our winery is centrally located within fifty miles of all our vineyards, reducing freight and therefore reducing our carbon footprint.
Skylights offset demand for electrical lighting. And energy-efficient alternatives are employed throughout our winemaking process.
Additionally, the package is 100% recyclable.
Purity and Winemaking
For all our wines, we exclusively use stainless steel tanks to preserve
the complex character of the Riesling grape. No oak barrels or
malolactic fermentation are used in our winemaking.
Our Riesling displays aromas of jasmine and citrus. The subtly sweet profile is balanced by bright and refreshing acidity. We've crafted a wine to pair with the foods that today's wine lovers place on their dinner tables. Our Riesling beautifully complements all manner of Asian cuisines, spicy fare and flavorful, fresh, local foods.
Organic Market Facts*
- 39% of consumers claim that the fact a product is organic
influences their brand selection
Among sustainably-driven consumers, the wine segment is the
most heavily purchased category (more than juices, hot cereals,
frozen seafood, spirits or coffee)
Alcohol 10.8% Residual Sugar 3.8% pH: 3.28 TA:0.87
91 Points BEST BUY! Well-integrated flavors of mixed fruits are augmented with a sneaky streak of caramel, and a slight buttery softness in the finish. Very appealing, with a good long finish. — P.G. — Wine Enthusiast August 1, 2010
87 Points! Off-dry, showing a tart edge to the slightly chunky peach and floral flavors. Finishes on a lime note. Drink now through 2013. 16,700 cases made. —HS — Wine Spectator October 31, 2010
92 Points BEST BUY! #3 TOP 100 BEST BUY WINES 2009! Made with organic grapes, this hits just 10.5% alcohol and 3.8% residual sugar. Honey, jasmine and tea notes take the off-dry style to a refined style, with the sweetness in perfect proportion to the acid. — Wine Enthusiast October 2009 (Paul Gregutt)
88 Points! Soft, open-textured and appealing for its pretty pear and floral flavors, remaining focused through the light, sweet finish. Drink now through 2011. 10,000 cases made. —HS — Wine Spectator June 30 2009
*IRI Consumer Network, 52 weeks ending 10/21/07