For the past 20 years we have created a classic Rosé using 100% Pinot Noir from our estate vineyards. After harvesting the fruit by hand, we removed the stems and let the fruit soak overnight to extract the first hint of color from the skins. The next morning, we pressed it gently and kept the juice cool during a slow and gentle fermentation.
Cool fermentation temperatures help to preserve the aromas of the wine, and I think you will agree when you pour the first glass. Strawberry, watermelon, even cotton candy aromas burst out of the wine. The gentle tannins and fresh finish that you expect from our Rosé mean that you can pair it with a range of foods from salmon to hummus to grilled chicken.