"The Orange Muscat, thought to be a cross between Chasselas and Muscat Blanc a Petits Grains, came into the winery on the afternoon of July 29. The fruit was cool and clean. It was covered and allowed to rest for several days at which time it was pressed. The juice was then transferred to a poly cube to begin fermentation. About 12 days after the fruit arrived, the wine was bottled hazy & unfiltered. Because the fruit was pressed whole cluster, there's a slight bitter quality to the finish that compliments the intense tropical fruit characteristics of this dry wine."
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