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Swick "Rosé of Pinot Noir" Pétillant Naturel - 2017

Item # 38452 750mL
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Winemaker Joe Swick is a 5th generation Oregonian, born and raised in Portland. His winery is located in Willamette, but he sources organic grapes from all over Oregon and Washington. The wine ferments in 228-liter 6-year-old barrels with indigenous yeast for about 3 weeks. The wine is bottled with a small amount of residual sugar remaining and finishes fermenting in bottle with zero filtration and zero sulfur added. The bottles are hand-disgorged and then recapped.


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