The wildflowers are blooming, the temperatures are warming and spring is in the air, which means the dry rosé wine season is upon us.
Fittingly, we have just released our 2016 Rosé in our tasting room, and as you can see in the video above, it is full of spring fever.
Modeled after the refreshingly dry rosés of Europe, the 2016 Rosé is made wholly from Pinot Noir from our estate Margarita Vineyard. It seduces the nose with lively scents of pear, green apple, citrus zest and jasmine. A clean, quenching texture is counterbalanced with rounded flavors of dried cherry, strawberry, kiwi and peach. Hints of pink grapefruit linger on a crisp, tangy finish.
Come try it at our tasting room in Santa Margarita, and while you’re at it, pair it with a bite from the Ancient Peaks Cafe, one of the best places to eat in Paso Robles.