Rocks District of Milton Freewater
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The Rocks District of Milton–Freewater AVA is a very small wine appellation with approximately 314 acres / 127 hectares of vineyards. It was officially established on March 11, 2015.
Wines labeled as "The Rocks District of Milton–Freewater" must contain at least 85% of grapes grown in the named appellation.
For wines labeled with a single grape variety (such as "Cabernet Sauvignon" or "Chardonnay") 75% of the bottle's contents must be derived from the listed variety of which the entire 75% must be grown within the boundaries of The Rocks District of Milton–Freewater AVA.
If a wine from The Rocks District of Milton–Freewater AVA indicates it is "Estate Bottled" that means:
- 100% of the wine came from grapes grown on the land owned or controlled by the winery.
- The winery and vineyards are both within the named AVA.
- All wine production and aging was performed at the winery's premise.