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“Rosie the Riveter” is a pop culture icon representing the American women who took over factory labor during WWII. Women worked a variety of roles, but the aviation industry saw the largest increase to 65% of the total workforce. Historians speculate that women were successful at riveting because it closely resembled sewing. The majority of large bombers and small fighters were built by women, and many of those planes were flown to the war front by women as well.
Tasting notes: Hand picked pinot noir from Jesse Estate Vineyard, saignée from 36 hours cold-soak at 10°C. Punched down daily. Specialized yeast used to convert malic acid. Three week ferment remained <18°C. Sur lie bâtonnage treatment