Off the grid, indeed! The grapes come from the Cedar Ranch Vineyard in the Illinois Valley (near the California border in southwest Oregon), and were fermented with native yeast in a concrete egg. It’s a strikingly intense wine with tangy tangerine, peach and pear fruit concentrated to a fine focus. The details, texture and underlying minerality push this to the top tier of Oregon’s (and Ovum’s) Rieslings.
93 Pts Wine Enthusiast