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  • Loop de Loop Loop de Loop Winery, Romeo Red "Vin de Soif" 2019, Willamette Valley, OR
  • Loop de Loop Loop de Loop Winery, Romeo Red "Vin de Soif" 2019, Willamette Valley, OR
  • Loop de Loop Loop de Loop Winery, Romeo Red "Vin de Soif" 2019, Willamette Valley, OR

Loop de Loop Winery, Romeo Red "Vin de Soif" 2019, Willamette Valley, OR

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Bright and fresh yet structured and balanced with fruit and verve, Loop de Loop’s Romeo Red “Vin de Soif” is inspired by the Loire Valley’s Bistro Wines where Cabernet Franc is blended with other varietals and are shipped up-river to the bistros of Paris.

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Loop de Loop, Romeo Red “Vin de Soif” 2019

COUNTRY: United State of America (USA)

STATE: OR, WA

APPELLATION (AVA): Rattlesnake Hills, Columbia Gorge, Ribbon Ridge

REGION: Pacific Northwest (70% Oregon, 30% Washington)

VINTAGE: 2019

GRAPES:  60% Cabernet Franc, 40% Pinot Noir, <1% Riesling

PRACTICE: Organic/regenerative farming, practicing biodynamic, sustainable

STYLE: Still

COLOR: Deep garnet

BODY: Light (1-2)

TASTE: Dry, Refreshing

PRIMARY AROMAS: Baked cherry, floral, rose, strawberry, earth, subtle pepper, baking spice

FLAVOR: Juicy black and red fruit, volcanic mineral, bell pepper, sweet tomato

FORMAT: 750 ml

ALCOHOL: 13.25%

 

SERVICE AND SUGGESTION: Food pairing may include light pasta, quiche, or chicken. Life pairings may include a good book on the back porch, a breezy hammock, or any situation that’s light and effortless.

 

ABOUT THE PRODUCER: Julia Bailey Gulstine:

“Winemaker and owner Julia Bailey named her label Loop de Loop because
it mirrored her own trajectory as a winemaker. Time spent working in
restaurants in Portland led to an interest in wine, and she headed to
Europe to explore wine regions in France and Italy. Back in Oregon,
she went to work at wineries, landing at Argyle before becoming the
first employee hired at Patricia Green, a famous biodynamic Oregon
producer. After gaining more experience from travel, working as a wine
buyer and becoming certified as a sommelier, she started her own label
in 2012.”*

 

ABOUT THE VINEYARDS: “All wines are fermented with wild yeasts and made with minimal

intervention. The vineyards we work are dry farmed and managed organically, bio-dynamically or at the very least, farmed sustainably. Our own vineyard in the Columbia Gorge AVA farmed organically with regenerative viticulture at the core of our work. We put all our hearts into these wines and they are made to be enjoyed with food, conversation and loved ones. Thanks for being a part of what we’re creating.”*

 

ABOUT THE LABEL: Art by Lauren Moon

 

* loopdeloopvintner.com

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