Rosé Wines

Photography By Jennifer Olson | August 15, 2014
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glasses of rose

Enjoy the goodness of the bountiful harvest with these five local rosés.

Niner Winery 2013 Grenache Rosé

Grenache fruit with notes of strawberries and cream. Delicate notes of rose petals and mineral.

Tolosa 2013 Rosé of Grenache

Vibrant pink color. Strong note of ripe pear with melon and pineapple. Pleasantly dry texture offset with generous sweet fruit and moderate acidity.

Laetitia 2011 Sparkling Brut Rosé

Blush in color with glints of copper in the bubbles. On the palate, freshpicked strawberries, tart watermelon rind. Balance and complexity in the secondary notes of fresh-baked brioche and baking spices

Hearst Ranch Winery 2013 Julia Rosé

Aromas of peonies, peaches and cantaloupe. A lovely pink hue gives a flavor profile of pineapple, guava and cotton candy on a long, crisp finish. Varietals: 51% Estate Malbec, 27% Estate Petit Verdot, 22% Estate Syrah

Ancient Peaks 2012 Rosé

This wine offers summery aromas of strawberry and mandarin orange with notes of tropical tea, then continues on the palate with raspberry, grapefruit and spice. Ripe texture leads to a zippy acidity on a lively finish.

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