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2015 Rosé, Sonoma Valley
This deeply crimson-hued rosé, made predominantly from Syrah, expresses layered aromas of bright red cherry, fresh mandarin oil and a chalky minerality. The palate is lively, comprised of zippy citrus with undertones of tart red fruit, and a vibrant acidity that carries through the long and structured finish. This dry rosé is the perfect summer aperitif or complement to fresh seasonal fare.
ABOUT THIS WINE:
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Bartholomew Park Winery is located in the cool, southern end of Sonoma Valley, on the site where Hungarian nobleman Agoston Haraszthy planted the first vinifera grapevines in the United States. The rosé is sourced from both the Estate Vineyard and a neighboring vineyard in Sonoma Valley.
The grapes were hand-harvested in the cool morning hours, destemmed and conveyed to tank, where the juice was allowed to soak 24 hours on the skins to extract color and berry aromas. The juice was drained from skins and fermented in stainless steel tanks at a cool temperature.