This is what happens when you take some really old Carignane (like pushing the century mark) and turn it into a dad-ass rosé. All fresh strawberry up front, the wine's surprising depth and acidity keep things exciting. The bone-dry finish hangs around longer than you might expect.
Roasted Beet Salad, Spicy Green Curry
Though Carignane has a long and storied history in California, it can be hard to track down.
The juice was left on the skins for all of 90-minutes prior to being pressed off.
This rosé comes from a grape (Carignane) that's been grown in Lodi since before Zinfandel.
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"Produced from older vines, this rosé has texture and concentration - making it stand out from the usual porch pounders in this category. Aromas of red apple skin, strawberries and red floral, with white pepper spice on a crunchy finish. "