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Breaking Bread Winery Marmalade Skin Contact White Wine Dry Creek Valley

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Dry Creek Valley, Sonoma County
Varietal: 70% Muscat Blanc, 15%
Chardonnay, 15% Sauvignon
Appellation: Dry Creek Valley
Harvest: August 2022
Fermentation: skin contact, 100% barrel
fermented in neutral French Oak
Alcohol: 12.9%

Winemaker Notes:
With this vintage of the orange wine, we wanted to bring
in additional layers of complexity and to experiment with
other varieties. We decided to add equal parts of
Chardonnay and Sauvignon Blanc to the dominant
Muscat Blanc and once again took a delicate approach.
The Chardonnay contributed more weight and
complexity to the mouthfeel, while the Sauvignon Blanc
brought in more acidity and higher notes.
All grapes were destemmed into the fermenter bin with
zero sulfur added and we let the native yeast build up a
population, which took about five days. From there we
allowed it to go another five days fermenting on skins,
for a total of ten days on the skins, making for more
balanced phenolics.