2019 Amycas

2019 Amycas

This dry Alsatian blend pairs perfectly with sunshine. Expressive floral and stone fruit notes flow into a zippy, meyer lemon finish.

One of our top sellers!

Peach
Pear
Starfruit
Mango

What our team says

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Jillian BarnhartSommelier
So much tropical fruit and white peach on the palate. This Alsatian field blend is incredibly vibrant and thirst quenching.
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Norma BuchholzChef
Pineapple upside down cake would go amazing with this tropical wine.
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Claire JarreauAssistant Winemaker
Orange flower blossom, white peach, lychee, and golden pear notes lift out of the glass followed by crisp acidity and a lingering saline finish.
For me, Amycas equals memories. It reminds me of my first time visiting Oregon, sitting outside at Brooks listening to fantastic live music. For some reason, I thought refreshing white blends couldn’t hold up to food, but the combo of Amycas and your BLT proved me wrong. I love this wine because it’s down right delish... but I treasure this wine because of the memories I associate with it.
Lyndsay, Instagram contest winner

Vintage Notes

A wet, but warm spring with a few mild frosts during late April and fewer than average heat spikes.
Near-record precipitation amounts during late June and early July brought increased disease pressure to the region.
The vintage will be remembered for the early rains in September and rapid cool down into October which challenged harvesting decisions.
The cool vintage came largely from substantially lower maximum temperatures while minimum temperatures were near average to slightly above average.
A classic Oregon vintage!

Varietals

Pinot Blanc 29%, Muscat 27%, Riesling 25%, Pinot Gris 11%, Gewurztraminer 8%

AVA
Type
White
Varietal
Blend
Region
Oregon
Appellation
Willamette Valley
Vintage
2019
Vinification
Filtration
Cross-Flow
Case production
1000
Crush format
Straight to press
Bottling date
2020-02-19
Vessel
Stainless
By the numbers
Alcohol percentage
12.5
Residual sugar
5.81 g/L
Ph
3.11
Acid
6.8
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