The Little Pecorino Harvest

This year we decided to pluck a few crates of pecorino to make some house wine. It’s the first time we’ve attempted pecorino; white wines generally are a little trickier to pull off because of tighter temperature requirements.

With the help of Natalia B, we pulled ten crates of the best clusters we could find. Then we crushed and destemmed them, and the girls (Sweet Baby G and Natalia) stomped on them for good measure. After a very light pressing, we sent the juice by food grade hose down to the basement for fermentation.

The juice is almost done turning into wine, and based on the taste I had last night it should be pretty tasty! When are you coming to try a glass?!?

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