"We made our first wine using this technique in 2010 and called it Chardonnay ‘304’ after the name for the stainless steel fermentation tanks used in the wine industry. Stainless Steel Grade 304 is made from the addition of between 30 and 40% Nickle and Chromium, making it impervious to food acids. For us, it was simply a subtle way to indicate the absence of oak influence. The finished wine undergoes about 40% Malo-lactic fermentation and is lightly filtered at bottling. It has a refreshing natural crispness to it, along with a delicious citric element of lemon and lime. It finishes fresh and vibrant and is low in alcohol." Bruce Neyers

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