2021 Pinot Noir Rosé
A summer-ready rosé with notes of white raspberries, strawberries, rhubarb, and sumo citrus with vibrant, food-ready acidity.
Rain events at the beginning of bloom diminished yields, and a dry summer was punctuated with unprecedented heatwaves. The timing worked in our favor since the heat happened pre-veraison, and the vines handled it well.
Harvest started in early September, but lower temperatures across the state allowed for a long and measured harvest season, with harvest extending into mid-October.
No disease, high sugars, balanced acids, and great flavors. 2021 will undoubtedly rank as one of the top Oregon vintages.
- Willamette Valley
- 45% Muska, 20% Hope Well, 18% Crannell, 17% Cortell-Rose
- Case production
- Crush format
- Straight to press
- Bottling date
- Alcohol percentage
- Residual sugar
- 0.08 g/L
- 5.8 g/L
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