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Atwater Vineyards

Vignoles 2018
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Wine Specs
Vintage
2018
Appellation
Seneca Lake
Harvest Date
Oct. 18, 2018
Sugar
Harvest Brix 25.4˚
Acid
12.8 g/l
pH
3.33
Fermentation
Stainless Steel
Bottling Date
May 16, 2019
Residual Sugar
6.6%
Alcohol %
12
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Vignoles 2018

Semi Sweet

This wine grape is also known as Ravat 51. It is naturally smooth with complex layers of tropical flavors.

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SKU: B-ATW-00236
Wine Profile
Tasting Notes
Light straw color, medium-sweet and packs complex aromas and flavors of honey, tropical fruit and caramel apple. Bright and silky with acidity that balances the finish.
Vineyard Notes
The 2018 winter was not particularly severe with most nights staying above zero and only minor amounts of bud mortality reported. April was quite cool which kept the buds tight but a warm May ushered in bud break and a new growing season. June was fairly typical but overall conditions through July were quite dry, in fact for a few weeks the region was under a low-level drought warming. August was very warm and humid with overnight lows way above average and on August 14th-15th the southeast corner of Seneca Lake received over 11 inches of rainfall, causing widespread damage. The wet weather continued straight through September and October with hardly a meaningful reprieve. The poor weather increased disease pressure dramatically, presenting challenges not seen in many years.  
Production Notes
BLENDING INFORMATION: 90% Vignoles, 10% Cayuga/Vidal 100% Stainless steel fermentation
Food Pairing Notes
Vignoles is especially nice with spicy dishes or meals with a fragrant element and a touch of heat to the spice. Asian chicken, Mexican cuisine, rubbed pork ribs, Swiss cheese, and cheesecake.
Production
80 cases
Other Notes
WINE BACKGROUND: Originally named Ravat 51, this grape is a cross of Seibel and Pinot de corton, a Pinot Noir clone. The vines are vigorous and moderately hardy. Producing plenty of clean fruit, the grape has thick skins and can easily hang on the vine until late fall and age without rot. Instead they become raisin-like with very sweet juice and solid acidity.
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