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Foxeys Hangout Pinot Gris
Minerals, pear and rose petal floral aromas make this a very intense and pretty wine on the nose, with a long, focused line of acidity shaping the palate and a smidge of residual sugar building palate texture rather than sweetness.
We pick fairly early in the season at around 12Be, aiming for low sugars and therefore lower alcohols in the wine. The grapes are whole-bunch pressed, the juice settled overnight, then racked to barrels with plenty of 'fluffy' solids from the bottom of the settled tank added to the barrels which adds texture and mouthfeel to the finished wine. The barrels are old; we're not seeking new oak flavour, just barrel fermentation complexity. Native yeast fermentation, no acid addition, no malolactic fermentation (except for a couple of barrels that got away from us), and no barrel stirring. Nevertheless, the barrels pick up some lees complexity from their barrel storage before bottling. Winery notes
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