“Rosie the Riveter” is a pop culture phenomenon that represented the women who took over factory production during WWII. The aviation industry saw the largest increase in female workers to 65% of the total workforce. A majority of the large bombers and small fighters were built by women. From the glow of the hand-painted radium on the instrument panels to the munitions dropped on targets - industrious women across the country contributed their own blood, sweat, and tears to victory!
Winemaker notes: Hand picked single block pinot noir grapes from Jesse Estate Vineyards in the Chehalem Mountains. Lightly pressed in a crémant style and blended with saignée. A cool ferment with 71B yeast never exceeded 21°C (70°F).
pH: 3.6 | TA: 4.3 g/L
170 Cases produced
No animal ingredients or fining agents used, natural and added sulfites for freshness. Fermented dry, no residual sugar