Red Wine

2017 Pinot Noir Wadenswil | No Man's Land | Chehalem Mts

World War I (1914 - 1918) was a collision between the old world and modern technology. Known as the “Great War,” it was the first time in history that nations fought with planes, tanks, and machine guns with devastating effect. These technological advancements perpetuated trench warfare and a grueling stalemate across four fronts. The aftermath spurred revolution, redrew borders, and induced economic depression which ultimately led to World War II. We pay homage to those who faced the unimaginable perils of no man’s land: the treacherous strip of wasteland between opposing trenches.

13.3% Alc./Vol.
750 mL
pH: 3.6
TA: 5.3 g/L 
No animal ingredients

Winemaking notes: Hand picked pinot noir 100% wädenswil clone. Cold soaked for five days at 10°C. Punched down daily. Extended maceration for one week. Malo-lactic fermented in barrel. Stirred on the lees for stability & flavor profile. Aged with French heavy and medium toasted oak. Ideally stored neck down between a constant 10-18°C (50-65°F)

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