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2007 Müller Thurgau
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This is our third release of our Estate Müller Thurgau, vintage 2007! [Retail price was $16.00]. It will soon be available at local fine wine shops and at restaurants on Bainbridge and in Seattle (see Where to Find page for locations).

Our family hand maintains a half acre block of vines originally planted in 1981 by our neighbors at Bainbridge Island Vineyard & Winery. From this block we've harvested 1+ tons of grapes, yielding 60 cases of wine.

The vineyard being in the Puget Sound American Viticultural Area (AVA) means we get all the benefits of the maritime-influenced cool climate growing area as well as the extended length days of our more northerly latitude. What all this leads to is the most fragrant and aromatic wines imaginable...

Although 2007 was a difficult growing year in the Puget Sound area, we brought in the 2007 harvest with good numbers and clean bright flavors. It is a dry white wine, and is an excellent accompaniment to most fish and other seafoods; it especially shines with Mike's specialty Dill-Caper Chicken. This wine was not intended to be aged -- please enjoy it young, while its fresh fruit aromatics are at their peak.

Note 20100525: was too busy to mention last Fall, just remembered now... We got a bronze medal for this wine at the Evergreen State Fair Western WA Wine Competition in 2009. See HeraldNet.com: Rainy Side Winners.

Click here for a brief history of the Müller Thurgau winegrape

This wine label features a commissioned artwork. Please visit our page with more information about Dianne Gardner of Port Orchard and her work.


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