Grenache Rose 2021
29 September 2021
22 February 2022
Is it provincial pink, coral, or light salmon? No matter what color you call it, your eyes are drawn to this amazing Rosé. Aromas of strawberry, watermelon, and grapefruit are reflected on the palate, with added notes of tangerine. The juicy fruit and crisp acidity are juxtaposed, giving way to the sweet-tart flavors.
VinePair.com's "The 25 Best Rosé Wines of 2022," A 100 percent estate-grown Grenache from Oregon’s Umpqua Valley AVA, this rosé is light in color and texture. Citrus makes up the majority of its fruit character, with pink grapefruit and tangerine jostling for position on nose and palate, and setting up a refreshing, zesty finish. Stick this bottle on ice for pool parties and beach days.
Abacela’s Estate Fault Line Vineyards
Andrew Wenzl, winemaker
863 cases produced
Way before the Rosé revival, Abacela was bottling this beautiful “rosado” wine that has garnered much attention since the 2004 vintage. Always dry, refreshing and varietally correct, our Rosé bottlings revel in the brightness of fruit and crisp acidity that summertime beckons.