Tuesday, October 4, 2016

What a Native Yeast Ferment Looks Like

Everyday millions of wine are made with commercial yeasts designed to bring out certain flavors in wine. Except for those who use native yeasts - the yeasts found on the grapes. For many wine purists, using native yeasts is the only way to go.

Here's Pinot fermenting away at Brooks winery in Oregon's Eola-Amity Hills wine country outside Portland. If you close your eyes after looking at this photo, you can almost smell the juice...

If you want more than that, check out their Rastaban Pinot Noir. Made from Biodynamic Grapes.

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