Pink rose petal in color. On the nose, wild strawberries, sour cherries,
peaches, straw, citrus blossom and minerals. Light in body with vibrant
tart red berry fruit, stone fruits, stoney minerals with a hint of
salinity, bracing acidity with more tart cherries and minerals on the
moderately long finish.
Color is light rose/pink. Very well balanced acid and fruit flavors, some complexity. It’s good with food and very good on its own. I think this would be a good bar Rosé by the glass, albeit at a very upscale bar. It’s full, rich and flavorful, but can stand on its own. One of the WOW wines, as Nathan would say. 380 cases available. (Jay Buchsbaum)
Watermelon bright red-pink in color. Fragrant nose, slowly revealing notes of honeysuckle, lavender, wild strawberries and cherries as well as chalky minerals. Medium-bodied and restrained. Given some air in the glass, this wine unfolds tart, vibrant red berry and stone fruits, hints of salinity and stoney minerals, with the bracing acidity carrying through the moderately long finish. More than just a rosé, an intriguing wine to reflect with while reading a good book in the backyard on a warm summer afternoon. 12.5% Abv. (Gabe Geller)
It is especially suited to being enjoyed young and on its own, or as a accompaniment to Mediterranean cuisine.