Tasting Notes: Parr is one of the newer growers and started selling their grapes to top Texas wineries. They are transitioning to making their own wine from the 20-acre estate vineyard. Their Mourvèdre rosé is done in the classic Provence style, with beautiful color, rich fruit notes of strawberry and watermelon. Located in the newly recognized Hickory Sand AVA, the iron-rich red soil imparts great minerality. The details matter, from early-morning harvesting to cold fermentation, and specific rosé-type yeasts to produce a wonderful Texas rosé!
Tasting Notes: Composed of gamay and mondeuse, this rosé hails from a hillside in southeast France below a Massif. Crafted with whole clusters, this pale pink is dry and lively with aromas and flavors of strawberries and talc.
Tasting Notes: A perfect salmon color matched with fresh fruit on the nose and palate. Crushed rock creates a weighty, dry sipper packaged in a handy screw cap bottle. Bring it on a picnic with fried chicken.
Tasting Notes: Another classic French rosé. Overwhelming notes of bright cherries and raspberries. The finish has an almost-dairy-like texture to it making it linger long after, beckoning you to take another sip.
Tasting Notes: A bright watermelon pink that hints at how this Willamette Valley wine will taste. Its mouthfeel is more fulfilling and substantial for a rosé. There is a hint of sweetness at the finish, and the strawberry notes linger lovely.