Abe Schoener 'Entre-Duex-Mers'

Abe Schoener 'Entre-Duex-Mers'

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This lightly-colored wine smells of the beach, of light fruits, and the summer. Don't suppress the youthful pleasure of this appealing wine!

Appearance: Pale gold 
Aroma: Ripe tropical fruit, grassy, lime leaf 
Mouthfeel: Light body, medium acidity 
Flavor Profile: Lemon peel, Mineral

Sauvignon Blanc, Sémillon, & Chardonnay. The Chardonnay was destemmed and gently pressed. The Semillon and Sauvignon Blanc were partially skin-fermented. Spontaneous fermentation in neutral oak. Neutral oak aging for 14 months.

Abe Schoener's 2014 "Entre-Deux-Mers" was harvested over the course of 2 weeks in late September and early October at Castello di Borghese Vineyard. Castello di Borghese, located in the village district of Cutchogue on the North Fork, was planted by Louisa & John Hargrave in the early 1970s--it was the first property on Long Island to be planted with Vitis Viniferae fruit. It is a wide, flat vineyard, bordered on the east end by pine trees and bordered on the north side (about 1.5 miles inland) by the Peconic Sound.