The 2019 vintage of our Over the Moon rosé is quite a bit lighter than the 2018. Weather trends resulted in picking fruit at slightly lower brix, which translate to lighter body, alcohol, and notably, color. All of which we actually quite like in a rosé.
Fruit for this wine was sourced from the High Plains and Hill Country. Both lots were picked specifically with rosé in mind, and went direct to press with little skin contact allowed. They fermented dry in stainless steel tanks separately and were blended early. The spent 5 months aging on fine lees, with about 3 months of weekly stirring in tank before light fining and filtering.