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Fielding Hills Winery

Fielding Hills Winery A converted orchard shop is the winery building. Not terribly pretty, but very functional. Fortunately is has a tremendous view of the Wenatchee valley. (Click here to see.) The picture on the right is the crush and press side of the winery. Inside the building you can see the original stemmer/crusher, press, 1000 liter tank, and the one-ton fermentors. We now have newer equipment. Not shown is the barrel storage side of the winery. It is a temperature controlled room which can hold approximately 40 barrels of wine. As you can see the winery is a fairly simple operation. We believe that by using hands-on small lot techniques, that we are much "closer" to the wine making process and this will allow for producing superior red wines. As mentioned, the winery is a modified/converted apple orchard shop building. We partitioned off a portion of the building and created a temperature controlled barrel storage area. Efforts on a tasting room continue.

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565 South Lakeshore Road, Lake Chelan, WA, US, 98816 Email: karen@fieldinghills.com
Phone: 509-884-2221 Web: www.fieldinghills.com
Fax: 509-662-0933
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  Cabernet Sauvignon
Harvest lugs are individually inspected, with grapes clusters then stemmed and crushed directly into small "one-ton" fermentors. The must is then allowed to settled for 24 hours when a combination of Prise de Mousse & Pasteur Red yeast was added. Twice each day the must is checked and punched down. When nearly dry, the free run wine is transferred directly into oak barrels with the remaining must gently pressed in a small basket press. Bottled unfined and unfiltered resulting in superb color, clarity, and flavor.
  Cabernet Sauvignon
Harvest lugs are individually inspected, with grapes clusters then stemmed and crushed directly into small "one-ton" fermentors. The must is then allowed to settled for 24 hours when a combination of Prise de Mousse & Pasteur Red yeast was added. Twice each day the must is checked and punched down. When nearly dry, the free run wine is transferred directly into oak barrels with the remaining must gently pressed in a small press. Bottled unfined and unfiltered resulting in superb color, clarity, and flavor.

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