Multi-vintage is multifaceted.
Climate change has been pushing environmental conditions to extremes and creating sub-optimal growing conditions, a phenomenon that is shaping the future of the wine industry. We are inspired by the vintage-blending methods of some of the most famous wine regions in the old world including sparkling wine production in Champagne and Port production in Portugal. It took us years of experimenting, and we now have our own method down to a science, one in which we consistently use multiple vintages to protect against weather variations and make wine that’s strong and steadfast.
Our drive to promote sustainability and avoid green waste is supported by multi-vintage production. If environmental inconsistencies alter harvest one year and the fruit would not meet our high standards bottled alone, we can use grapes from earlier vintages to balance out acidity and tannins rather than lose the full harvest. Blending vintages also allows us to consistently provide high quality wines so you can rely on smooth sips with every pour.
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