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... of other people in addition to their own production. He also had a beard long enough to hold a few small birds.
Then, for a total change, on to Styring. We met not only Steve, the winemaker, but his two kids and the dog, an old lab named Molly. He actually talked more about his family and how he got to the place in his life than the wine making itself. He also did different things with the vineyard itself in order ...
... visuals, and reaching up to the sky. It was a riot and I think those vines actually talk to him.
The upward growth becomes a problem because of the birds who really like grapes. I can relate to those birds. Although if they were smart, they would wait until the grapes were fermented, like the fat lazy robins at Domaine Dhourain. The vineyard also uses water cannons to get rid of ...
... start of seeing small wineries that sell mostly through their own clubs. His vineyard is lovely and he does most of the work himself, pretty amazing since I think Chris said he was in his 80's.
Next was Anderson Family Winery. Here, we tasted three years of a C******nay and three years of a Pinot Noir. It is amazing how different they taste based on the amount of rain and or the temperature. Their soil ...
... breakfast wine) and then we went down to one of the vineyards and saw little baby grapes just starting to grow. From there, a tour of the room where they bring in the harvest, the barrel room for the Pinot Noir and then the outside barrel area for the C******nay.
Lot's of interesting tidbits. Some of the wine is actually stirred by interns hanging (well, standing on a 2x4, but hooked up) over the tank ...
... today than yesterday, so that helped our
tired brains a bit. We got in contact with our Australian buddies we met in
Seattle, but everyone seemed a bit all over the place, so hopefully we can see
them tomorrow. We walked around for a bit, talking in all the Portland-ness –
lots of bridges indeed – before deciding on Washington Park, a nice green space
at the top of our map that seemed an easy walk away. It was relatively easy,