The 2011 Vintage: Very cool and wet Spring and mild Summer complicated ripening in 2011, and clusters often ripened unevenly.  A most difficult vintage overcome with late picking and craftsman winemaking yielded higher-acid wines than usual but with attractive fruit.

The Wine: Crisp, clean finish with nice aromas.  Good sugar/acid balance delivers tasty, classic Washington State Riesling abundant with multiple stone fruit flavors.

Food Matches: Asian cuisine, soft white cheeses, lightly-sauced fowl and as a delicious aperitif anytime.

Harvest Date: 11.13.2011
Appellation: Rattlesnake Hills
Harvest Brix: 23.8
pH: 3.08
Alcohol: 11.5 %
Varietal: 98% Riesling, 2 % Muscat Canelli
Residual Sugar: 4.0 %
Case production: 3,500