Our style of rosé is light crisp, low ALC%, and refreshing. I like to say our rosé is not just for lunch but for breakfast too! We produce our rosé using a two different styles. One is called Saignée (“sohn-yay”) means “to bleed,” which involves “bleeding” off a portion of Pinot Noir juice after it’s been in contact with the skins for a short time. Saignée is considered a byproduct of red winemaking because its primary function is to increase the concentration of red wines. Still, Saignée is a unique style of rosé wine because it is so often bolder and darker in color than any other rosé wine. In addition to Saignée, we dedicate a few tons of Pinot Noir straight to the press. The dedicated lot is lighter in color and higher in acid. When the two come together you have a nice balance between the two. Our rosé is slightly darker than some but has elegance and balance and showcases the benefits of both techniques.

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The Russian River Valley is named for the river that meanders through the territory creating cool temperatures and thick foggy mornings, which are ideal for Pinot Noir and Chardonnay. The cool mornings help the fruit retain its natural acidity giving the wine a crisp juicy taste. Late in the afternoon, the fog burns off and temperatures rise allowing the fruit ripen, developing their big fruit flavors. Russian River Valley is truly one of the most amazing places on the planet to grow grapes!

2018 Alpine Glow Rosé

100% Rose' de Pinot Noir, Russian River Valley, Sonoma County, CA
 

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