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Staff Pick

Horse & Plow Rosé, North Coast - 2018

Item # 36353 750mL
$18.96 $12.98 / Single Bottle
You Save 32%
$227.52 $155.76/ Case of 12
You Save 32%
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Tasting Notes

This is a husband and wife project who exclusively source organically grown grapes from excellent growers and sites. An old vines Carginan rosé from various sites including Mendocino and Napa. Vibrant and refreshing and full-bodied.

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Staff Pick Notes

Treat yourself to this delicious, flavorful rosé this summer. It has everything going for it: lush strawberry and tart cranberry flavors, a round supple texture and just the tiniest hint of tannin on the finish. It pairs brilliantly with cedar plank salmon, grilled scallops or smoked brisket. Set aside the pale rosé and give the Horse and Plow Rosé a try. The Horse and Plow winery is a husband and wife project that sources organically grown grapes from various vineyards along the northern coast of California. Their rosé is made from Carignan, Syrah and Grenache and is vinified with minimal added sulfites. This rosé has been my go-to for summer picnics and BBQs, rooftop and beach parties, and just hanging out at home with AC cranked.

- LM

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