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Staff Pick

"Recorded in Doubly" White Blend, Teutonic Wine Co. - 2017

Item # 39185 750mL
$17.96/ Single Bottle
$215.52 $193.97/ Case of 12
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Tasting Notes

An off dry, aromatic white wine made from Muscat. The touch of sweetness makes this incredibly easy drinking; it tastes like lemonade. Vibrant acidity keeps things fresh. A solid pairing for spicy cuisine or but it can be just as enjoyable by the glass.

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Staff Pick Notes

Coming up with a motto or mantra for one’s product or company can be challenging, but this garage winery out of Oregon kept it simple with theirs. It is based off a philosophy heavily inspired from German and Alsatian wineries: OLD & COLD, HIGH & DRY, WOOD & WILD! To break it down, Teutonic only sources their grapes from old vines from cold and high elevations allowing for more ripening as the grapes hang for longer periods of time. All the grapes come from non-irrigated vineyards and are fermented in neutral oak with wild vineyard yeast to further express wines enveloped in their respective terroir. This off-dry Muscat electrifies with zingy acidity and a pique of bitterness to balance out its sweetness, a treat for sweltering weather.


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