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Joe Hudon
April 10, 2017 | Winery | Joe Hudon

Introducing: Winemaker's Bloc

The winemaking crew and I used our very best techniques in making our 2013 Winemaker’s Bloc Red Blend. We selected the best vineyard blocks from within the larger high-end vineyard blocks and hand managed these winemaker blocks in a way to achieve the highest possible quality of fruit. The fermenting wine was protected from oxygen to protect the delicate fruit of each varietal. I selected French oak barrels of the highest quality and managed the maturation process with frequent topping of barrel lots to minimize any head space in the barrels. The resulting wine is I believe truly the best that we can make from our Estate White Bluffs Vineyards and maybe the best wine that I have ever tasted. This wine contains the attributes of a world class wine and will peak in quality with 10 to 20 years of additional aging. I am very excited and proud to release to the public this amazing Washington State White Bluffs vineyard wine of a paramount quality that is rarely found.


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Clinton Loomis
@ Apr 12, 2017 at 2:34 AM
I also want to taste this White Bluffs vineyard wine of a paramount quality with my Coursework club experts we would love to taste it together at night and I know that this wine contains the attributes of a world class wine.

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Jake William
@ Apr 19, 2017 at 3:57 AM
Have you ever heard of winemakers blending grapes before fermentation?

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Joe Hudon
@ Apr 20, 2017 at 2:19 PM
RE: Jake William "Have you ever heard of winemakers blending grapes before fermentation?"

Yes, we call it a vineyard blend. The positive aspect about vineyard blending is that the wine marries better than blending after maturation. The negative aspect of vineyard blending is that different varieties of grapes ripen at different times. If the you have a series of grapes that are destined to be in the same blend and are ripe at the same time then it is a good idea.

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Shawn Paul
@ Jan 22, 2018 at 6:23 AM
White Bluffs vineyard wine is one of the famous old vine, I've never tried it yet but have heard about it a lot..

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Sarah Emi
@ Feb 12, 2018 at 2:29 AM
I always use to publicize the brand's promotion for any drink. Once your product gets enough to be as the brand, it is never going to lose its unique identity and rank which is gained by proper efforts and hard work.

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@ Feb 12, 2018 at 2:32 AM
Such work is not only difficult but time taking also. for this, the precision in the work is must. The wine makers should be proficient in their skills and experienced as well.

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