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STONERIVER'S

PETIT VERDOT 2017

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Consisting of dark, heady fruit, cedar and sandlewood spice.

WINE

 

VINTAGE: 2017

APPELLATION: Rogue Valley (AVA), Oregon

AGING: 

CHEMISTRY: pH 3.25; TA 8.9 g/l

ALCOHOL: 14.6%

RESIDUAL SUGARS: 

GRAPES/HARVEST

VARIETAL: 100% Petit Verdot

 

CLONE: 1058

ROOT STOCK: 101-14

CERTIFIED: LIVE Sustainable

HARVESTED: 27 October 2017

HARVEST BRIX: 24

BOTTLING

 

PRODUCTION: 45 Cases

 

BOTTLED: 28 August 2019

 

RELEASED: 

TTB LABEL ID: 

UPC: 6 80499 83066 3

 

STONERIVER VINEYARDS

 

VINEYARD INFORMATION: 

All of our vineyards have been independently certified LIVE sustainable and Salmon Safe since 2012. LIVE is the highest certification in the world for sustainable viticulture. No herbicides have been used in our vineyards since 2017.

2017 GROWING CONDITIONS: 

2017 provided a cooler, wetter and longer growing season than the previous three years. Bud break started in mid-April, a little later than usual. Average harvest dates were pushed out about three weeks. The water table in our vineyards was a little higher than normal due to a greater snowpack in the mountains. This resulted in our vine canopies requiring greater maintenance because of abnormally vigorous growth. Several fires in the surrounding areas contributed to a near continuous concentration of smoke over the Valley floor for a period of about 8 weeks and was cause for concern. However, with most of our bottling complete, we have found no evidence of smoke taint and lots of indications that we are benefitting from the later harvest. We are looking forward to another banner year of award-winning wines.

AWARDS & WINE SCORES

2021 SavorNW Wine Competition

​​SILVER

2021 West Coast Wine Competition (East Meets West)

​​SILVER

2021 McMinnville Wine Classic

​​SILVER

2020 Oregon Wine Experience Wine Competition

​​SILVER

FOOD PAIRING

A bold and boisterous wine with a shorter finish will do well with roasted meats that have a pungent note, such Cuban style pork or even burgers with blue cheese.