Bottle Sizes 750ml
Country United States
Wine Type White - Still
Varietals 74% Pinot Bianco, 26% Greco.
Vineyard Pinot Bianco - Sinskey Vineyard (Carneros)
Greco - Bowland Vineyard (Russian River).
Soil Sinskey Vineyard - alluvial.
Bowland Vineyard - heavy clay.
Vinification The grapes are whole cluster pressed and fermentation occurs in french oak barrel (no new oak is used). Malolactic fermentation did not occur.
Aging Aged approximately 6 months in neutral French oak barrel.
Notes "Gemina is the name of an ancient Roman grape planted in the region around the Massican hills of southern Italy. This grape variety originates from Greece, dating back to the first century when it was first called Aminea Gemina. We believe Aminea Gemina is the origin of the Italian white grape variety Greco. Gemina is a unique, white wine blend combining grapes of the south of Italy where Greco is grown, with grapes of the north of Italy, the home of Pinot Grigio. This blend balances our winery’s familial history in the south of Italy with our winemaking influences of Italy’s northern regions." - Dan Petroski