A once in a lifetime vintage. The final bottling from vines which after 46 years succumbed to Phylloxera. Chehalem Mountain Vineyard was established In 1968 by Dick Erath, a pioneer of the Oregon Wine industry, when he brought Riesling cuttings from Wente Vineyard and planted them in a walnut orchard. This Beacon Hill Riesling is a fitting tribute to this series of historic wines.
- Varietal: 100% Riesling
- Farming: Chehalem Mountain Vineyard, planted in 1968, dry farmed. Harvested after an extended growing season produced ideal conditions for extended maturation.
- Winemaking: 6.8% Residual Sugar
- Aging: Blend of stainless steel and neutral French Oak barrels for 10 months
Cases Produced: 45
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