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We get nothing but "Good Vibrations" from our smooth 2018 Chardonnay.
We get nothing but "Good Vibrations" from our smooth 2018 Chardonnay. This layered complexity of fruit and texture leaves the perfect balance for jamming out with the Beach Boys. For food we recommend pairing with a creamy risotto or pan seared salmon.
Tangerine and spice with lemon rind and nutmeg finish.
Best served chilled from 50°-54°F.
Machine harvested and hand sorted at 19.8 Brix on October 3rd then
chaptalized to 21.8 Brix, 37% of the grapes were destemmed, pressed and
barrel fermented with VIN 2000 yeast in neutral French oak and aged for 7
months, 36% were destemmed. pressed and tank fermented and aged with VIN 13 yeast and 27% were destemmed and skin fermented in open-top bins with VIN 2000 yeast then pressed off the skins on October 11th and aged in neutral French and American oak barrels for 7 months. All
three lots were blended on August 16th, filtered and bottled on August 21,
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2019 Dry Riesling | 2019 Cabernet Franc | 2018 Chardonnay
Notes of lime peel and ginger on the nose, with a juicy peach finish.
Summer berry fruit with a hint of toasted vanilla.
Strawberry, lemon zest, tangerine, mineral, plush finish. Best served chilled from 42°-46°F.
A lot of people fall in love with the idea of becoming a winemaker —
and a honeymoon is probably one of the most typical moments to have such fantasies! But most of us don’t then come home and become successful winemakers. That’s the story of Vinny Aliperti, winemaker and owner of Billsboro Winery. He’s been making wine now for over 20 years. Together with his wife Kim, a long-time wine enthusiast and manager of operations, the two own and operate Billsboro Winery.
A century old barn is home to their main tasting room and sits on an idyllic 60 acres overlooking the northern end of Seneca Lake, in the Finger Lakes region of New York. Surrounded by century-old walnut trees, terraced fields and a deep wooded ravine, the property is a tranquil place to live and work.
Don’t let their laid-back, humble demeanor fool you, they are making serious wine— their dynamic approach has earned praise both locally and nationally.
Here at Billsboro we try our best to minimize our impact on the environment: from buying sustainably farmed grapes, sourcing our electricity from a local solar farm, to using compostable products at our events, we are conscious of our choices. With the understanding that as business and communities grow, the environment can suffer, we do our best to support organizations that are mindful of their environmental impact and those who actively work to mitigate these issues.