Comprised of 100% Picpoul Blanc, grown in the Texas High Plains at Kubacak Vineyards in Lynn County. Soil type is Amarillo fine sandy loam; vineyard elevation is 3255ft. Fermented at 57°F; Malolactic fermentation not conducted; aged in stainless steel. Wine was finished at 3.36ph.
Vineyard location: 33° 17' 02.9' N 102° 02° 12.2' W
Acacia is a very special wood in the Bible as it was the material used to build the Ark of the Covenant. For that reason we decided to experiment and age our 2019 Reserve Roussanne in Acacia barrels. This wine offers a medium body, crisp acidity and a clean finish. Grown at One Way Vineyard; soil type is Pullman clay loam; vineyard elevation is 3,140 ft. Fermented at 56 degrees F; Malolactic fermentation conducted after primary.
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We've married Orange Muscat (50%) and Roussanne (50%) from the Texas High Plains to create this refreshing white wine. Expect medium plus acidity and a gentle, lingering finish. Fermented at 60 degrees F; malolactic fermentation not conducted after primary; aged in stainless steel. Wine was finished at 3.35 pH.
This estate grown white has been a perennial favorite at Perissos; a beautiful expression of this Rhone varietal. The classic varietal nose of citrus, mango and honeysuckle aromatics gives way to bright acidity and a mouth filling peach, apricot signature with hints of ginger spice, salinity and a medium finish. Aged in stainless steel, this wine plays well with everything from shellfish to richer roasted chicken and spicier dishes.