Pacific winemakers Thomas Monroe (Divison), Jesse Skiles (Fausse Piste), and Barnaby Tuttle (Teutonic Wine Company) make up the Tripod Project. Each year the triumverate picks one vineyard and one grape to create a hybrid of their signature styles. This year, the team chose Riesling sourced from the LaGae Vineyard in the Willamette Valley. Fortunately, the friends were able to get to the organically farmed vines before they were sold for development, unfortunately, this will be the last vintage ever from this site! Skiles and Monroe vinified dry with botrytized grapes, Tuttle went for a touch of sweetness. The synthesis is a balanced, slightly sweet wine with ginger and beeswax aromas. A viscous, supple body with firm acidity and a generous, mineral finish. This is a modern Riesling and a must-try for enthusiasts. Amanda Bowman
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