Tasting Notes: A go-to party wine. Great balance of ripe pear and apple with a touch of citrus. Easy drinking dryness without a lot of acidity. Great with apps, salads, shrimp, marinated herring and grilled asparagus.
Tasting Notes: The nose screams dark chocolate and fresh blue fruits. The palate coats your mouth with black and blue fruits. The dusty minerality rounds out the medium finish on the wine. I don’t know how a $12.99 wine from Atlas Peak AVA exist, but I’m glad it does. This is hands down the deal of the year.
Tasting Notes: A fresh and fruity approach to rosé, with hints melon and berry fruit. The soft and pretty berry flavors give way to an airy tartness with a clean finish. This would be a great summertime cocktail wine.
Tasting Notes: This rosé offers wonderful flavors of raspberry and strawberry with a subtle hint of cranberry. The gentle texture and balance of fruit and acidity make this a wonderful pairing with a wide variety of food options.
Tasting Notes: Pours a pale pink color. Clean fresh floral nose. Very bright and fruity. Perfect summer poolside sipper. Light and refreshing. Great to pair with a nice light salad with grilled salmon or chicken.
Tasting Notes: Rose petals and strawberry on the nose, but the strawberries take over on the palate from start to finish. Fruit-forward and a silky soft round character define this wine as a standout among its price-point peers.
Tasting Notes: Raspberry, cranberry and red cherry aromas are the hallmarks of this delicate rosé, with wild berry flavors on the palate and a hint of spice adding complexity to the finely textured finish.