Filtration: 2019 Rosés

6:00 pm-8:30 pm

We’ll be filtering our two Rosés (of Grenache and Mourvèdre) in preparation for their bottling. Most of the work in filtration is setting up (or “seasoning”) the filter and its filter pads; once that’s done, filtering the wine itself is pretty quick. But expect a lot of standing around…

Note: we can start as early as 4pm if all are amenable.

  • Need 2 people total (including Matt)
  • Assume 2+ hours
  • Bring a mask you’re comfortable wearing for that long
  • Bring rubber boots and clothing you can get a little winey

COVID-19 NOTE: to stay as safe as possible, we’ll try our best to follow established guidelines: wear masks throughout; try to stay 6′ apart whenever possible; use as few people as possible; require anyone with a fever, cough, shortness of breath, or sudden loss of smell, to stay home. We’ll keep the back door open for a little air circulation. Still, there are no guarantees: if you have any reservations (totally understandable), please don’t sign up for this event.

Who's signed up so far:

Bookings are closed for this event.

  • Matt Giraud

COVID-19 NOTE: Vaccinated or not, if you have a fever, cough, shortness of breath, or sudden loss of sense of smell, PLEASE STAY HOME.

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