Grochau Cellars 2 AVA's, 2 Soils (both volcanic), 2 distinctly different wines

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Grochau Cellars 2 AVA's, 2 Soils (both volcanic), 2 distinctly different wines

#1 Post by John Grochau » January 26th, 2015, 9:20 am

Grochau Cellars

2 AVA’s
2 Soils, both Volcanic
2 Distinctly different wines

2012 Dundee Hills Pinot Noir: From Anderson Family Vineyard located in the NE corner of the Dundee Hills AVA. This Jory soiled site produces a wine with bright red cherry fruits, sweet spices and darker berry notes. The 40% whole cluster fermentation enhances the inherent savory notes from the site, adding texturing tannin to the round and rich palate.

2012 Eola-Amity Hills Pinot Noir: A blend of Bjornson Vineyard and Zenith Vineyard, both located in the Nekia soiled Eola-Amity Hillls. Darker fruits dominate this wine, black cherry, berry and Italian plum. Wines from the Eola-Amity Hills generally show greater concentration, more tannin and a lingering minerality.

The Deal: 2 bottles of each of these wines for $100.00, inclusive of shipping ($142 value w/o shipping).

The small print: Shipping to Alaska and Hawaii will cost a little more. Shipping to states other than the west coast and immediate neighbors, may take a while due to weather.
Send orders to Gcwines@msn.com
John Grochau

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Grochau Cellars 2 AVA's, 2 Soils (both volcanic), 2 distinctly different wines

#2 Post by Beau Carufel » January 26th, 2015, 5:48 pm

John is a cool guy and makes delicious wines..I urge people to take a chance on these.
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Grochau Cellars 2 AVA's, 2 Soils (both volcanic), 2 distinctly different wines

#3 Post by Byron Dooley » January 26th, 2015, 6:25 pm

Beau Carufel wrote:John is a cool guy and makes delicious wines..I urge people to take a chance on these.
Second that!

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Grochau Cellars 2 AVA's, 2 Soils (both volcanic), 2 distinctly different wines

#4 Post by Todd F r e n c h » January 27th, 2015, 1:32 pm

Bumping all the last 12 offers to launch at once - enjoy!!!
Apparently I'm lazy, have a narrow agenda, and offer little in the way of content and substance (RMP) (and have a "penchant for gossip" -KBI)

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#5 Post by mattcitrang » January 27th, 2015, 2:11 pm

How do I order?

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Grochau Cellars 2 AVA's, 2 Soils (both volcanic), 2 distinctly different wines

#6 Post by ToddHansen » January 27th, 2015, 2:19 pm

mattcitrang wrote:How do I order?
Matt, send your order to gcwines@msn.com.
John buys fruit from me and does a great job of making a really honest, enjoyable bottle of wine.
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