cellaring your wine
Now since we are into our 9th vintage release of our wines, many of our wine clients have been patiently cellaring their wines (or simply just can't get to them in their crawl space!) and are curious how they are changing with age. Generally speaking, our white wines are meant to be drank within two years of release and the red wines have cellaring potential of 7 to 10 years.
Our Wine Maturation Chart is also a more detailed recommendation of aging times. While monitoring your wines, we always suggest that if you have several bottles, try a bottle once in a while to see how it's developing according to your own palate and preferences.
How is your Portfolio performing?
For those of you who have someof our past vintages of Portfolio, here are some resources to help you understand each of these wines including:
Vintage Review - Which years were good growing years? Which were more challenging?
Portfolio Review - How has the winemaking approach and the blend changed over time?
We are always interested in your opinions on how our wines are aging. Please feel free to forward your tasting experiences to firstname.lastname@example.org.