A Blessing and A Curse

My harvest here is coming to a close considering the torrontes has been taken care of.  It was crushed and pressed immediately thereafter.  The pressing was two fold, first to half a bar and then later to one bar.  It was a light pressing.

The torrontes came from 650 meters (2,100 feet) and was inoculated with a yeast that encourages aromatics.  It is tasting great and I am quite pleased.

I am excited to go home and see my dog and put seeds in my vegetable garden but am also very sorry to see all of this meat, dulce de leche, community/friends/family go.


3 thoughts on “A Blessing and A Curse

  1. Bob and Janet introduced me to dulce de leche ice cream some time ago. It is excellent, though I would imagine not as good as what you’re getting there.

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