The 2013 vintage warmed up quickly creating warmer soil temperatures which resulted in early sap flow and bud burst - ahead of the normal averages. Warmer temperatures wall through the season allowed shoot length to surge ahead and flowering to begin early, which is typically a week to ten days in Washington. This even flowering cycle was evident in cluster maturation across the vineyard, resulting in more uniform flavors in each block. Due to the favorable conditions, less fruit was dropped during veraison which resulted in slightly increased crop yields. It was a hot and even season from beginning to end.
- Sales Rank: #3385 in Wine
- Size: 750 mL
- Brand: Maryhill Winery
- 2012 - San Francisco Chronicle Wine Comp. - Gold
- Gold 2014 Winemaker Challenge
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