Produced via Carbonic Maceration. Fresh blueberries were added (without crushing) to a tank that had been purged with carbon dioxide to remove all oxygen. Over the course of a few days, the berries began to crush under their own weight and ferment spontaneously. At this point, they were inoculated with commercial yeast and pumped-over twice daily for a period of 21 days. Following pressing, the wine went through full Malolactic fermentation and was rested in American Oak barrels for one month to enhance texture and aromatic complexity.
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|Dimensions||3.2 × 3.2 × 11.7 in|
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