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Veraison in the Vineyards

In viticulture (grape-growing), veraison is the onset of ripening. Veraison (pronounced, veh-ray-zuhn) marks the stage in vine ripening when the grapes go from little, hard green berries to softer, colored grapes. The term is originally French (véraison), but has been adopted into English use. The official definition of veraison is "change of color of the grape berries".

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Claar Cellars featured wines.

Winemaker's Bloc

The fruit from this blend was sourced from our premium winemaker’s blocks. The resulting wine shows a brilliant ruby stone color with aromas of dark chocolate truffle, fresh roasted coffee beans, blackberry pie, dense alpine forests, vanilla and freshly cut cherry wood.  The palate is full-bodied with gripping tannins that provide the backbone for a lengthy cherry liqueur finish.

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SKU: 6 35552 80020 6
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2012 Late Harvest Riesling

Harvested in December the wine shows a beautiful late harvest bouquet of honey, peaches, dried fruit and melon.  The acidity is bright and refreshing perfectly balanced with the fruit and residual sugar.  A really nice wine to drink young but if given time it will gain more of the classic kerosene notes found in premium Rieslings around the world.

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SKU: 6 35552 12007 6
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About Winery & Vineyard

Claar Cellars operates 130 acres of estate vineyards, producing great wines respective of the natural terroir of the White Bluffs region of Washington. We have a wide selection of varietals, styles, and flavor profiles to suit any taste or event. Learn more about Claar Cellars »