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Champion – 12 Bottles – Red – December
Your December club package is here!
2011 Division Pinot Noir “Deux”
Take a dive into our library with this single vineyard beauty.
2013 Division Pinot Noir “Deux”
Take another dive into our library with this single vineyard stunner.
The initial aromatics are savory and noted with a bit of the tar and tobacco reduction, which integrated very well into the wine. The background is all strawberry and wet rock like mineral tones. The palate has a texturally well developed, somewhat light weight, but dense in impact, which is both lengthy and complex.
2016 Division Eola Springs Vineyard Pinot Noir 2x
A special, celebratory bottle we’ve patiently waited to share with you.
After 7 years of making wine in the Willamette Valley, Kate and Tom decided to commemorate this lucky year by bottling a special duo of wines from the vineyard that launched their career in this special region. Cheers to making the wines we love to drink – thank you for joining us on our delicious journey.
2021 Division-Villages “Béton” 2x
The heart of this wine will always hale from the experiences we felt from the wines of the Loire.
We love the Touraine rouge cuvée wines from the Loire that are typically served as bistro wines in Paris, and refer to them as inspiration for our “Béton” blend. The wines we enjoyed many years ago while training in France were the inspiration for the Béton cuvée. We attribute the success of our red blend, now in it’s ninth vintage, to the desire of so many to have an intriguing and food friendly, yet never overly heavy or boozy red wine as a mainstay at the dinner table. The heart of this wine will always hale from the experiences we felt from the wines of the Loire, but we look at the Pacific Northwest more broadly as our palate to draw inspiration and the grapes that make this wine so unique each vintage.
2021 Division-Villages “Les Petits Fers”
We love drinking and sharing this crushable, juicy carbonic Gamay.
The Gamay Noir grape, which hails from the Beaujolais region and also flourishes in the Loire Valley of France, has witnessed a rapid popularization in growth in the U.S. over recent years. A fact that that makes us very happy as Gamay is now such a large part of our production (second only to Pinot noir!).
We fell hard for the carbonic maceration fermentation technique while learning about and making wine in the Beaujolais region. Carbonic Maceration involves fermenting the wines fully on the stems in a closed vessel that is initially inundated with co2 that macerates the grape skins by mostly using the co2 to enzymatically extract color, phenolics, and flavors.
2021 Division “Seeohtoo”
Chillable red showing all the best characteristics of carbonic maceration.
Carbonic maceration is the magical extraction and fermentation of grapes via Carbon Dioxide (CO2 // Seeohtoo). Light, fruity + simply quaffable – this wine mirrors the palette, energy, and charm of the label art created by the ultra-talented Minneapolis based artist, Ashley Mary.
2020 Nightshade Nebbiolo 2x
Bold and beautiful.
Nightshade is Tom’s personal project focused on the robust Nebbiolo grape.
2021 Division Pinot Noir “Cent” 2x
Zero Zero, that’s nothing added (specifically referring to sulfur in the wine world), single-vineyard Pinot that channels the best of the vintage and demonstrates the potential of winemaking without a net.
We use very little added sulfur, to begin with, but have always felt a small amount stabilized the wines from oxidation and microbial troubles, without sterilizing the wine. However, this wine continually demonstrates an unusual capacity to gain in complexity and grace.
We typically name our Pinot Noir wines with numbers written in French, “Un,” “Deux,” etc., and wanted to continue the tradition here, but felt that just continuing down the line didn’t quite feel right for this wine. No sulfur and non-manipulated wines are often called “00” wines in the natural wine community and as there already is a winery called “00” in Oregon, we thought we would be a bit tongue-in-cheek and name the wine “Cent” or “100,” as it’s 100% percent free of any adds.
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