Subject to Change Cuvee 831
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Region: Gabilan Mountains, California, United States
Grape varieties: Pinot Noir and Chardonnay
Subject to Change Cuvee 831 is an elegant co-ferment of Pinot Noir and Chardonnay. It is an homage winemaker Alex’s all-time favorite wine.
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About Subject to Change Cuvee 831
Subject to Change Cuvee 831 is an homage to Julien Guillot’s Mâcon Rouge Cuvée 910, (one of Alex’s all-time favorite wines) which is an elegant co-ferment of Pinot Noir, Gamay, and Chardonnay. The Coastview vineyard in the Gabilan Mountains is the winery’s source for phenomenal Pinot Noir and Chardonnay, and this is the second vintage of this wine. The blend is 66% Pinot Noir and 34% Chardonnay. Following in the footsteps of Guillot (literally), the winery foot crushes the grapes and leaves them on the skins for 8 weeks. The wine sees 10 months of èlevage in large neutral barrels prior to racking to tank before bottling. A chilled, light red! This vintage is showing yellow melon rind and mulberry on the palate. Earthy undertones with an uplifting, refreshing finish that leaves you wanting more.
About Subject to Change Winery
Subject to Change makes wines with a strong character that are unique, fresh, and sometimes offbeat. The winery sources grapes exclusively from organic vineyards and makes the wines with no additions or subtractions in the cellar. Organic farming practices and the omission of added sulfur yield high energy wines with a lot to say.
Subject to Change was founded with a true love for drinking wine as a canvas for enjoying time with loved ones and meeting new fascinating people. In California, a place where wine production has been marked by rules and rigor, there’s a new movement of free-thinking producers with which we’re proudly associated. This movement is characterized by an affinity for experimentation, eschewing conformation to traditional ideals, and a desire to make wine exciting, accessible, and social. Grab a bottle, pop a cork, and don’t think too much if you don’t want to.