The Dry Rosé is intended to capture some the fruity nose of the Sangiovese varietal along with the deep cherry quality of Tempranillo in a rosé style while also providing some of the body and finish that comes from malolactic and short oak aging. The nose includes cherry and strawberry with notes of vanilla and violet. The finish is light, but trails off nicely with a crispness that makes it a great wine with salads or even a light dessert.
Celebrity Chef Pairing by Paul Qui
Fried Egg Salad with radishes, basil and nasturtium