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Rosé 2020 article Jancis Robinson

“But it was remarkably complex. It had surprising substance and depth for a low-temperature-/stainless-steel-fermented pink wine. There was nothing candied about how it tasted. The fruit had crunch, confidence, distinct shape. There was the caraway-scented herbaceousness of perilla leaf, a touch of violet and the tartness of white strawberries. I could taste red-apple skin and the perfumed sweetness of Pink Lady apples. …”

We are delighted to see this great description of our Rosé 2020 on JancisRobinson.com.

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