Darker than you might expect, bone-dry and austere, this is a Rosé of Grenache with just a touch of Picpoul Blanc to brighten the palate.
When I close my eyes and take in the aroma of this wine I feel myself back in the sun-baked, oak covered hills of San Antonio valley. This wine reflects the dry, hot dirt with sun-warmed raspberry notes on the nose and a ripe berry on the palate. Light and unassuming, this is a friendly wine that served well-chilled will ease you through the dog days of summer. Pair it with fun foods like Smoked Gouda Quesadillas or Macaroni and Cheese.
|Alc: 13.4%||pH: 3.67||TA: 5.2g/L||RS: 0.6g/L|