2016 Grenache Blanc

2016 Grenache Blanc
2016 Grenache Blanc
Tasting notes

We chose Grenache Blanc to be the dominant white grape varietal at Halter Ranch because of its unique and delicate fruit profile, elegance and freshness. Reminiscent of wines of Southern France, this Grenache Blanc has aromas and flavors of white flowers, melons and pear. Delicious on its own, this wine also pairs beautifully with lighter meats, summer salads and anything from the sea.

Production notes

Harvest Dates:

Grenache Blanc – Block 34: 9/23/16 Block 32: 9/26/16 Block 75: 10/07/16
Picpoul Blanc – Block 46: 10/02/16
Viognier – Block 36: 9/07/16

Fermentation: Fermented in two Hungarian 500L puncheons and the remainder in neutral French oak barrels. The barrels were stirred two times per week after finishing primary fermentation to incorporate the lees. This wine did not undergo malolactic fermentation.

Ageing: Aged ‘Sur Lie’ for four months in the same vessels it was fermented in.

Bottled: March 13, 2017

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Varietal Composition75% Grenache Blanc, 21% Picpoul Blanc, 4% Viognier
AppellationAdelaida District
Acid6.6 g/L
Volume750 ml
Cases Produced2,400

Best of Class
2018 San Francisco Chronicle Wine Competition

Gold and Best of Grenache Blanc
2017 Central Coast Wine Competition

John Vankat, Arizona Daily Sun
Light in color and nose, but forward on the palate. Expressive fruit, with fine balance, engaging complexity and attractive integration. Develops beautifully in the mouth and finishes very long.

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