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Appearance: Clear, pale salmon hue. Nose: Exotic aromas of dragon fruit and strawberry yogurt are framed by subtle notes of spice, dried oregano and spring flowers.
Asmundson Family Vineyards
Bright, yet creamy on entry, this rosé delivers the flavors of macerated cherries, tropical fruit and fresh peeled apples. Pairs wonderfully with all seafood, but especially with seared scallops in a curry sauce.
We sourced the fruit for this beautiful balanced Rosé from Asmundson Family Vineyard located in Elgin, AZ in September 2014. Simply made, this rosé of Grenache was whole-cluster pressed the day we received the fruit and immediately transferred to a small stainless steel tank. Fermented to dryness using the D47 yeast and immediately dosed with Potassium Metabisulfite to prohibit malolactic fermentation. Cold stabilized and filtered, this rose retains its fresh varietal character and should be consumed before 2017. Bottled April 2015.
This 2014 Grenache Rosé has a clear, pale salmon hue. It has exotic aromas of dragon fruit and peach yogurt are framed by subtle notes of spice, dried oregano, and flowers. This has a bright yet creamy on entry, this Rosé delivers the flavors of macerated cherries, tropical fruit, and fresh peeled apples.
Food Pairing Notes
Pairs amazingly well with salty foods like smoked ham and turkey. Seared scallops in curry sauce.
200 cases produced