VOLUME 9, ISSUE 24
May 5, 2013
ARTICLES IN THIS ISSUE:
Cork Dork Etude: Inspired Wines of the Carneros the Gardener: Got Organic Grapes? Bravium: Relish the Acidity Rivers-Marie: 2010 & 2011 Reflect the Challenges of Farming on the Edge Dunstan Wines from Durell Vineyard Foursight Wines: Family Excels with Pinot COBB Wines: No Wine Before Its Time Sips of Pinot: Wines Tasted Recently Rosé and Chardonnay: Recently Sampled Wines Pinot Briefs
Teutonic Wine Company
A small winery specializing in Alsatian-style wines from Oregon that are relatively low in alcohol and high in acidity. The estate vineyard was planted in 2005 in Alsea, Oregon, and is owned by Gisela Green. The vineyard yielded two barrels of Pinot Noir from the 2008 vintage. Fruit is also sourced from local vineyards, including Laurel Vineyard (Chehalem Mountains) and Quarryview Vineyard.
The proprietors and winemakers are Barnaby and Olga Tuttle. Barnaby learned winemaking as an assistant at Laurel Ridge Winery in Carlton, Oregon.
The wines are sold through a mailing list. Teutonic Wine Company imports a small number of wines from small family producers in Germany.
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