Van Duzer Corridor AVA, Willamette Valley, Oregon.
Soil is mostly volcanic in origin with some alluvial deposits.
With its cool, mild climate, the Willamette Valley of northern Oregon produces Pinot Noir with a fruity, elegant style and complex yet subtle flavors. Most of the grapes are whole-cluster pressed for this Rosé providing acidity and elegance. The remainder come from the saignée Pinot Noir tank providing additonal fruit and some structure. The wine is fermented at cool temperatures and aged on fine lees before blending and bottling.
Color: Rose pink.
Bouquet: Strawberry, rose petals and pomegranate.
Taste: Crisp and lush. It is completely dry with refreshing acidity.
Pairs beautifully with scallops and fresh vegetables or with a spring salad.