Rogue Vine Jamon Jamon Moscatel


3 in stock

Vintage: 2021
Region: Itata Valley, Chile
Viticulture: Organic
Grape varieties: 100% Moscatel

Rogue Vine Jamon Jamon Moscatel is skin-fermented and shows orange peel, white flowers, peach, and orange blossom with savory undertones.

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3 in stock

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About Rogue Vine Jamon Jamon Moscatel

Rogue Vine Jamon Jamon Moscatel is a 100% skin-fermented white wine from the Guarilihue region of Itata. The nose shows orange peel, white flowers, peach, and orange blossom with savory undertones of sage and toasted almonds. The palate shows notes of quince and marzipan with honeysuckle and a hint of black pepper spice. The finish is held long by the bright acid of the wine.

About Rogue Vine

Leo Erazo and Justin Decker started Rogue Vine in 2011 in a one-car garage in Concepcion, Chile. This duo met while teaching at the University of Concepcion. At Rogue Vine, they make wines from the Nipas and Guarilihue subregions of the Itata Valley. All the vineyards are composed of hillside, dry-farmed bush vines that are a minimum of 60 years old, with some over 100 years old. The soils are primarily comprised of decomposed granite with a mix of clay and quartz. The winemaking is simple and employs native yeast, concrete globes, old barrels, and no corrections, with minimal or no sulfur prior to bottling. Itata Valley’s viticulture is primarily practiced through horse plowing and hand farming. Part of Rogue Vine’s focus is to promote the rich culture and history of this long-neglected and rural farming community. Leo is also the winemaker for Altos Las Hormigas in Mendoza, Argentina and Justin is an ex-pat from Indiana who got bit by the wine bug and started a family in Chile.

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