The 2011 Abbot's Table blend is a nice contrast to some of our previous vintages, with a low 13% alcohol level. This wine is bursting with blackberry, black cherry and white pepper aromas. Flavors of Rooibos spiced tea, sweet wild strawberry and pepper are enhanced with a subtle finish of cedar and pepper and a balanced mouthfeel.
At Owen Roe we are committed to practicing the highest standards of winemaking. Since our first vintage in 1999, our goal has been simple:...
At Owen Roe we are committed to practicing the highest standards of winemaking. Since our first vintage in 1999, our goal has been simple: to produce beautiful wines from superior sites in the Pacific Northwest, a place where the fruit ripens slowly and fully, resulting in excellent acidity and balance. All of our grapes are hand harvested, handled with minimal processing, small-lot fermented, and aged in French Oak barrels. Typically they are racked only once after malolactic fermentation. We employ as natural practices as possible in the vineyards.