Sorrel Cellars, Rosé
Staff Pick

Sorrel Cellars, Rosé - 2019

Item # 42084 750mL
$24.96/ Single Bottle
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$299.52 $269.57/ Case of 12

Tasting Notes

A full-bodied California rosé made from a blend of grapes. A portion of the blend was aged in old French barrels giving this fruited wine a backbone of complexity. The fruit was sourced from Clarksburg, the Sierra Foothills, Glen Ellen and Mendocino.

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Staff Pick Notes

This intriguing wine is actually a blend of red and white grapes, an unusual practice for still rosés. Made primarily with Chenin Blanc, along with aromatic white varieties Pinot Gris and Riesling, this wine gets it's salmon colored hue from the addition of Mourvedre, Zinfandel and Carignan. The nose and palate are filled with stone fruits. Peach pits and nectarines dance out of the glass, cloaked in honeysuckle. Classic Riesling petrol notes lie beneath the surface. This is a very dry rosé with vibrant acidity. It's beguiling, wild and exciting. This is no Hamptons Water.

- TI

Astor's Glossary of Terms


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Chenin Blanc

A versatile grape that is grown worldwide, but is most commonly associated with the Loire, California, Australia, South Africa, and New Zealand. It produces just about any type of wine you can think of: ageworthy dessert wines; delicious, honeyed dry whites; sparklers; and even bases for fortified wines and spirits. These days, one of the most exciting stories is in South Africa, where newly...

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Pinot Gris

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