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Breaking Bread Marmalade Orange Wine

$28.00

4 in stock

Vintage: 2022
Region: Sonoma County, California
Viticulture: Organic and Sustainable
Grape varieties: 70% Muscat Blanc, 15% Chardonnay, 15% Sauvignon Blanc

Breaking Bread Marmalade Orange Wine is an experimental skin-contact wine for this vintage. Winemaker Erik Miller decided to add equal parts of Chardonnay and Sauvignon Blanc to the dominant Muscat Blanc and once again took a delicate approach. The Chardonnay contributed more weight and complexity to the mouthfeel, while the Sauvignon Blanc brought in more acidity and higher notes.

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Refreshing, Tangy & Briny

4 in stock

Save 10% when you buy six or more bottles (mix and match) 

ABOUT THE PRODUCER

About Breaking Bread Marmalade Orange Wine

Breaking Bread Marmalade Orange Wine is an experimental skin-contact wine for this vintage. Winemaker Erik Miller decided to add equal parts of Chardonnay and Sauvignon Blanc to the dominant Muscat Blanc and once again took a delicate approach. The Chardonnay contributed more weight and complexity to the mouthfeel, while the Sauvignon Blanc brought in more acidity and higher notes.

All grapes were destemmed into the fermenter bin with zero sulfur added and we let the native yeast build up a population, which took about five days. From there we allowed it to go another five days fermenting on skins, for a total of ten days on the skins, making for more balanced phenolics.

About Breaking Bread

Breaking Bread is a new project by Erik Miller, owner and winemaker of Kokomo Wines. Erik’s interest in natural wine came about as he noticed a shift in the industry toward lower alcohol, food-friendly, and low-intervention wine. When he decided to start Breaking Bread, it was very important to Erik, artistically, to build something completely different than his first conception, Kokomo. Erik wanted to be challenged in his craft as a winemaker and he also wanted to understand fermentation from a different perspective that could possibly play a part in his future Kokomo vintages.