Wolffer Summer In A Bottle White 750ml
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About the Producer: Wolffer Estate Vineyard
Wölffer Estate Vineyard is a producer and winery on Long Island, New York. Several common Long Island grape varieties are grown here, including Merlot, Chardonnay, Cabernet Franc and Cabernet Sauvignon, as well as the more unusual Trebbiano and Pinot Noir. Wölffer has gained a reputation for its rosé wine, which is very popular in summer. The portfolio is made up of several varieties of roses from different blends, both in styles and sparkling wines. Christian Welfer first planted a vineyard in 1988 on an old potato farm. It is one of the few wineries in the Hamptons AVA on Long Island's South Fork that lags far behind its more densely planted neighbor, North Fork AVA. The 22 hectares (54 acres) of Wölffer vineyards were originally called the Sagpond. Vineyards until 1997, when the farm's winery was completed and the label was renamed. The vineyard on the Wölffer estate is harvested by hand, the red grapes are peeled and selected by hand. The winery also produces brand 139 ciders and a rosé sparkling wine Noblesse Oblige Méthode Traditionelle de Chardonnay and Pinot Noir. expanded its factory to Majorca, where it produces Petit Verdot, and Mendoza, where it cultivates Malbec. The Mendoza vineyard sold grapes to other producers until 2015, when it produced its own rosé wine with the Finca Wölffer label.
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