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Harvest 2013: It's a Wrap!


We have a special bit of news for you today: we finally hauled in the last of Dolce’s 2013 crop! Last Thursday morning marked the official completion to the Dolce 2013 harvest season. It’s been a long journey; we typically harvest our crop by November, but our team toiled away in the freezing cold – about 20 degree weather! – to gather the very last cluster. Now, we can finally say the 2013 vintage is on its way to fermentation and into barrel. Curious what we have to say about this vintage? Winemaker Greg Allen has high hopes: “The quality is extraordinary and I’m very excited about the prospects for this vintage.” Alas, have patience – it’ll be a few more years until we see the 2013 in bottle.

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