2014 Sheldon Wines Sperring Vineyard Grenache Blanc Sonoma Coast

2014 Sheldon Wines Sperring Vineyard Grenache Blanc Sonoma Coast

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2014 Sheldon Wines Sperring Vineyard Grenache Blanc Sonoma Coast

Varietal: 100% Grenache Blanc    
Vineyard: Sperring Vineyard    
Appellation: Sonoma Coast    
Harvest Date: September 18th  
Brix: Average of 22.2 brix    
Fermentation: Temperature controlled stainless    
Cooperage: 100% Neutral French Oak  
Lab  Notes: pH  3.5 | TA  .65|ALC 12.8%      
Captured into Bottle: February 27th, 2014  |  
Production: 120 Cases    
Released into the Wild:  April  2014    

Wine  Making:      
After a decade of working with white Rhone-inspired blends, this is our first vintage displaying Grenache Blanc as a solo expression. This vineyard is located in West   Sonoma, near the  Petaluma Wind Gap. We hand harvested on the 18th of September, crushed on the whole cluster and after a few hours of skin contact basket pressed to tank. After a 16-day cool stainless steel fermentation, this wine was in neutral French oak barrels for 4 months.     

Winemaker Tasting Notes:      
Bright and steely. Delicate aromatics of white peach, grapefruit, ginger and spruce tips. Medium body with nice mid palate texture, finishing clean with a little snap of lemon zest to complete.    

Resident Wino Tasting Notes:    
A true West County girl, this wine is full of Moxie! Confident and sexy, she glides across the palate-teasing your taste buds and delighting the senses.    

SRP: $28 Bottle / $336 Case