Teutonic focuses on single vineyard, single varietal wines that are dry farmed and made in a precise, Germanic style.
The Teutonic MO is old vines, cold climate, high elevation, dry farmed, old wood, and wild yeast. Or, as proprietors Olga and Barnaby Tuttle put it: old and cold, high and dry, wood and wild. They are inspired by the wines of Mosel, Germany, where they also happen to make wine, and they import wine from the region as well. The combination of old vines and dry farming means that vines go super deep into the earth in search of nutrients, and therefore absorb layers of terroir-driven flavors. Teutonic is a member of the DRC (Deep Roots Coalition), a group that promotes “sustainable and terroir-driven viticulture without irrigation”.
Tomalley White NV, a blend of almost every wine variety Teutonic makes, left on its lees for an exte..
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