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Stone Wolf Pinot Gris Oregon 2011

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Stone Wolf Vineyards:
Stone Wolf has been producing wines of quality and flair since 1998. At what is now a memorable place in time, owners Linda and Art Lindsay decided to combine their business skills and passion for good wine. Stone Wolf began with old vines that Linda and Art themselves planted in 1985. Little did they know of the work and luck that goes into producing wine from the notorious and finicky grape, ... Read more
Stone Wolf has been producing wines of quality and flair since 1998. At what is now a memorable place in time, owners Linda and Art Lindsay decided to combine their business skills and passion for good wine. Stone Wolf began with old vines that Linda and Art themselves planted in 1985. Little did they know of the work and luck that goes into producing wine from the notorious and finicky grape, Pinot Noir. Our building is located in an out-of-the-way corner of McMinnville’s industrial district, but what it lacks in sophistication, it more than makes up for in a qualified and warm staff. We take pride in the fact that the only people you will ever find working the Stone Wolf Tasting Room are members of the Winemaking Team. The Lindsay Estates are where it all started. Linda and Art’s home and vineyards lie in the coastal hills west of McMinnville, Oregon. At 1,100 feet, it is the highest vineyard in the Willamette Valley. The altitude of the property lends itself to low, yet intense, yields. The vines themselves are mature as they were planted in 1985. These quality grapes are used to create the award winning Pinot Noirs that carry the Lindsay name. What's New at the Vineyard: It's been a great summer here at the vineyard. The degree days have been quite ample and we could be a week or two ahead of schedule. We first noticed veraison about two weeks ago and is just about complete. The rule of thumb is that harvest will occur approximately 45 days after it first appears, hence the early October forecast. We have pruned about a third of the fruit to maximize the ripening of the remaining fruit, and pulled leaves to allow air movement around the clusters. All in all it has been a very good growing season and we look forward to a great vintage. We'll have pictures here of the harvest when it happens. Check back in mid-October. Read less

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Vintage: 2006 03/20/2009

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