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2016 Indira, Elephant Mountain Vineyard

2016 Indira, Elephant Mountain Vineyard

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SKU: 16INEM
Wine Specs
Vintage
2016
Varietal
Red Blend
Appellation
Rattlesnake Hills
Acid
5.94 g/L
pH
3.30
Aging
20 months in 30% new French Oak
Bottling Date
August 8, 2018
Residual Sugar
0.01%
Tannin
5.86
Alcohol %
14.2
Wine Profile
Tasting Notes
Light summer red wine, fresh watermelon, strawberry with vanilla and coconut aromas. Subtle fresh tannins with a hint of tea on the finish.
Vineyard Notes
Sourced from our collection of award-winning vineyards in Washington State's Rattlesnake Hills AVA.
Production Notes
Cases produced: 89
Winemaker Notes
Throughout harvest, Winemaker Richard Batchelor worked closely with local growers and visited each vineyard to taste for maturity and ripeness to determine the precise moment to pick the fruit. Grapes were hand-harvested during the cool hours of the morning to preserve bright fruit notes. Each lot underwent a five day pre-fermentation cold soak before the tank was allowed to go through a native fermentation to dryness lasting roughly 21 days. Each lot was fermented separately and then blended before bottling to allow the tannins to meld together. To craft this wine, only the free run juice was collected and no press fraction was blended. The lots were then aged in French oak for 20 months For the first year this wine was stirred in the barrel on its lees and racked when necessary to soften the tannins. After the first 12 months the wine was racked off the lees for clarity before blending and bottling.