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Lone Birch – Pinot Gris

United States
Washington
Wine
White

The Facts

Origins United States > Washington > Columbia Valley

Appellation Yakima Valley

Varietal Pinot Grigio / Gris

Cepage 100% Pinot Grigio / Gris

Winemaking Long, cool fermentation; No Malolactic fermentation; Battonage twice daily for 2 months

Aging Concrete tanks

Production 3800 cases

Serendipity Markets California, Texas

The Character

Tasting Notes Crisp and dry, yet delightfully fruit-forward with luscious flavors of pear and a touch of peach.

Overall Generous & delightfully fruit-forward

Mouthfeel Lush with Complex Minerality

Aromas Cling Peaches & Cinnamon Applesauce

Pairings Rotisserie Chicken, Lobster Mac & Cheese, Scallops

The Story

The Diurnal shift is extreme in the Yakima Valley & that helps out the white wines significantly. The fruit is very well balanced & the acidity, although high, is by no means over-bearing. This is very evident in the Pinot Gris.

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Brand Story

When H. Lloyd Miller (the great-grandfather of the current owners) began his farm in the late 1940's, he planted quite a few birch trees around the acreage. Over time, all of these trees has died....except one. That "Lone Birch" tree is a reminder of our past, and the value of caring for the land and family.

Brand Story

When H. Lloyd Miller (the great-grandfather of the current owners) began his farm in the late 1940's, he planted quite a few birch trees around the acreage. Over time, all of these trees has died....except one. That "Lone Birch" tree is a reminder of our past, and the value of caring for the land and family.

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