Dakota Creek Winery Viognier 2009

Region: USA » Washington

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Color: White
Varietal: Viognier
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Dakota Creek Winery:
After years of amateur winemaking, we made the plunge into the world of commercial winemaking by forming Dakota Creek Winery in the summer of 2005. Our philosophy is to select only the finest quality grapes from Washington’s premium grape growing regions, hand-make the wines using gentle fermenting and cellaring techniques to bring out the “terroir” of the vineyard, and market superlative wines... Read more
After years of amateur winemaking, we made the plunge into the world of commercial winemaking by forming Dakota Creek Winery in the summer of 2005. Our philosophy is to select only the finest quality grapes from Washington’s premium grape growing regions, hand-make the wines using gentle fermenting and cellaring techniques to bring out the “terroir” of the vineyard, and market superlative wines at an affordable price. The process of making Dakota Creek wine begins early in the year by negotiating with select vineyards whose viticultural practices meet the demanding requirements for our wines. As fall approaches, we keep in close communication with these growers to assure harvest of each variety at the peak of ripeness with an optimum balance of pH, sugar and acid. The hand picked grape clusters are inspected and personally transported to the winery by our staff to assure the grapes are maintained in pristine condition. Upon arrival at the winery, the grapes are immediately sorted, destemmed and carefully crushed. Only free run and light-press juices are used in the Dakota Creek wines. Fermentation is conducted in small batches and meticulously monitored through extensive laboratory testing. For those wine varietals that benefit from oak exposure, aging is conducted in American or French oak barrels, as appropriate. Read less

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