The Mediterranean climate of Los Angeles County provides the perfect growing conditions for producing crisp rosé. This whole-cluster pressed blend of 52% Tempranillo, 46% Grenache, 1% Roussanne, and 1% Mourvedre has aromas of blood orange, rose, red apple, orange sherbet and strawberry that lead into a palate of candied melon and ripe peach. 91 Points and Editor's Choice - Wine Enthusiast.
Grilled Seafood, Garden Salad, Spicy Chinese Cuisine
Strawberry, Melon, Pear, Peach
The Tempranillo and Grenache is grown at 3000 feet of altitude in the high desert of Los Angeles County.
Tempranillo produces leather and tobacco notes in red wines but in rosé it creates fresh strawberry and peach.
The perfect soft finish on this rosé was created through barrel fermentation and aging in neutral oak barrels instead of stainless steel.
Los Angeles County was the birthplace of the California wine industry in the mid 1800's and the area thrived up until Prohibition.