Whole cluster fermentation being drained from the tank… notice all of those beautiful whole berries even after 20 days of fermentation.
Chardonnay barrels fermenting in the cool morning sunshine.
My drive into work has a stunning view of Mt. Hood at Sunrise.
Fall colors in the Silica rich soil vineyards around the winery.
Emptying a Pinot Noir tank the old fashioned way.
Dai Crisp at Temperance Hill busy harvesting our Pinot Noir and Chardonnay… and some rainbows too!
Ryan stomping on a whole cluster Pinot Noir fermenter as it is being filled.
Temperance Hill “Short Rows” Pinot Noir.
Sunsets over the Ribbon Ridge were breathtaking this fall.
This was a little scary… but in the end quality is very high and the rain is just a faint memory.
The Quality of Chardonnay this year was very high!
2013 Pinot Noir is looking mighty tasty in my glass.