Vineyards Crafted from grapes grown in wind-blown loess on basalt bed rock in the Hahn Hill Vineyard, Yakima Valley, Washington.
Winemaking Our Chenin Blanc grapes are sourced from the venerable Hahn Hill Vineyard planted in 1968. The Chenin juice is fermented at cold temperatures (50F) for 30 days and arrested at about 8 g/L by cooling the tank (32F). The wine is then aged in stainless steel tanks for 8 months prior to bottling. No oak, malolactic or lees aging is used to preserve the freshness of the Chenin
Tasting Notes Color: Pale straw.
Taste: Key lime and melon.
Food Pairing Ideal with fresh pastas, cheeses and salads. Delicious with dishes with a little spice.
Additional Notes The vines from Hahn Hill Vineyard were planted in 1968, some of the oldest vines in the Columbia Valley.