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Limited Addition Orange Crush Co-ferment

$34.00

2 in stock

Vintage: 2023
Region: Willamette Valley, Oregon
Viticulture: Organic
Grape varieties: Pinot Gris, Muscat, and Riesling

Limited Addition Orange Crush Co-ferment is a juicy and bold skin-contact white from the Willamette Valley. A co-ferment of macerated Pinot Gris, Muscat, and Riesling. Floral on the nose with a fleshy pear and apple body with base notes of earth spices.

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Additional information

NATTINESS

Natty

FRUIT

Citrus, Pear, Yellow Apple

BODY

Medium-bodied

ALCOHOL

12-13%

ACIDITY

Bright (Medium-High)

OAK

No Oak

TANNIN

Medium

SWEETNESS

Dry

SERVING TEMP

Cool Red and Orange (58°–62°)

SULFUR

Low Sulfur (less than 50mg/L)

VEGAN

Vegan

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ABOUT THE PRODUCER

About Limited Addition Orange Crush Co-ferment

Limited Addition Orange Crush Co-ferment is sourced from the Aurora vineyard in the Yamhill Carlton AVA where 35-year-old own-rooted Pinot Gris is farmed organically. The Pinot Gris that comes from this high-elevation site is spicy and deeply pear-flavored with vibrant aromatics. Both the Muscat and Pinot Gris were picked on the same day, the Pinot Gris having a fleshy pear and apple body with base notes of earth spices. The Riesling comes in later in the season and we add it to the fermentation making this more of a compound fermentation than merely a co-fermentation, this act of compounding the ferments adds extended fermentation times and allows the grape varieties to develop their unique flavors as a whole blend. This one reason is why this wine each year will be varied in its flavor, color, and character. We never aim for recipe-driven wines that present the same year in and year out.

About Limited Addition

Limited Addition Wines was born out of the conviction that Oregon’s Willamette Valley was an exceptional winegrowing region capable of growing many high-quality global grape varieties not yet planted, or even imagined here… yet.

Varieties that would suit the region’s changing climate and be capable of making naturally farmed, naturally made wines, expanding the growing season, varietal diversity, and building the region’s resilience to climate change.

We believe that by changing the landscape of vineyards throughout the valley, every person involved in the wine industry has an opportunity for more- from the growers to the wineries themselves.