2017 Pinot Noir Rosé
Monterey County, CA
What we love
Made with bright Pinot fruit and a touch of Grenache and Mourvèdre using the saignée method by one of Monterey’s nicest and most skillful winemakers, Scott Shapley. This rosé shows serious depth and complexity, with enticing fruity aromas and a creamy mouthfeel from its aging in neutral oak. Notes of blood orange, juicy watermelon, and tangy red berries. The 2017 Rosé is the answer to all of your sunny weekend sipping needs.
About this Wine
Winemaker Scott Shapley deserves a lot of credit for his impressive wines, especially for this tasty rosé. Flywheel Wines is without question a label to seek out for unique options from California, and the quality to price ratio can’t be beat.
Delicious with an array of foods, this rosé is great with less spicy Asian food and particularly with cured meat and lighter sea foods. Decant for thirty minutes or take your time drinking this rosé – it gains depth as it opens up. Only 32 cases made! Enjoy!
- Technical Data
- Blend: A blend of mostly Pinot Noir with a touch of Grenache and Mourvèdre
- Alcohol: 14.0% | pH: 3.47
- Winemaking: Made using the saignée method. Zero Malolactic. Aged for six months in neutral oak
- Drink now through 2020
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