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Charles Creek Vineyard

2007 Dry Rosé
Napa Valley

This classic Rosé is produced in the traditional French saignée method, in which some of the juice of the red varietals is drawn away from the grape skins relatively quickly, picking up a moderate amount of pigment and very little tannin. While the juice that remains on the skins will become a deeper, richer red wine, what has been siphoned off is fermented to near dryness at low temperatures in anaerobic stainless steel tanks, retaining the fresh fruit character of the varietals in a crisp, thirst quenching package.
Much like the refreshing, dry, Cabernet Franc based rosés of Anjou, France, this wine offers an enticing pale pink to salmon color, aromas of summer fruits (strawberry & melon) and a crisp, clean entry. The flavors encompass the fruit bowl, including raspberry and cherry with a touch of the Syrah spice component.

Served with the grilled Salmon on the patio or just as a Summer quaff all by itself, this delicious Rosé will be a revelation to those that still think pink inherently means sweet!

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