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Rosé Special Collection

Enjoy 6 exclusive, limited-production Rosés

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This year we put together a collection of Rosés that you truly can't find anywhere else. Each selection has fewer than 500 cases produced, a testament to the delicacy with which each bottle was created.

(see available wines below)

These Rosés represent the best that California wine country has to offer, and their scarcity only makes them more desirable. The versatility of these wines make them great gifts for any occasion, and their value means you won't feel guilty about enjoying a glass on your own.

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More About the Wines:

We included one bottle each of the following wines in this package:

Ammon's Horn 2019 Rosé of Pinot NoirAmmon's Horn 2019 Rosé of Pinot Noir
Carneros, Napa Valley, California
100% Pinot Noir
234 Cases Produced

Gold MedalSan Francisco Chronicle Wine Competition

A geologist-inspired winery located in the Los Carneros District of Napa Valley, Ammon's Horn was established in 2018 by Linda McGlochlin Wolff and her husband, Roger Wolff. It all began with Linda, who grew up in Carmel Valley and spent much of her childhood collecting rocks on the riverbank of her family's property. It is a fascination that stuck with Linda her entire life, and she grew up to become a geologist and hydrologist, collecting and studying such precious rocks as ammonite fossils - a personal favorite. In 1998, Linda pursued a second passion of hers (viticulture) and purchased a 6 1/2 acre property in the Los Carneros District (Spanish for 'The Rams') of Napa Valley where she planted a small Pinot Noir vineyard. When it came time to start her own winery, the name Ammon's Horn (inspired by the natural spirals of both ammonite fossils and Ram's Horns) seemed like the obvious choice. The Ammon's Horn 2019 Rosé of Pinot Noir offers light aromatics of white peach, kiwi, lime and hints of rose, while the bright and silky smooth palate shows balanced flavors of strawberry, cherry, green melon and key lime that lead into a lingering finish.

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Lion's Peak 2020 'Saignée Method' Cabernet Sauvignon RoséLion's Peak 2020 'Saignée Method' Cabernet Sauvignon Rosé
Paso Robles, California
100% Cabernet Sauvignon
200 Cases Produced

Rosé Special SelectionGold Medal Wine Club

One of the oldest historical vineyards on the Central Coast, Lion's Peak is set in the very heart of the Paso Robles AVA in the esteemed Estrella District. The vineyard dates back to the early 1970's when the California wine industry had a vision of establishing world-class wine that would stand toe-to-toe with ultra premium wines of France. Today, the property is owned by winemaker, Sommelier, and interior designer Jennifer Soni-Arant, who is committed to crafting highly acclaimed, sustainably grown wines that express her deep connection with nature. The Lion's Peak Vineyard is especially well-known for its Old Vine Cabernet Sauvignon that produces premium, Old World styled wines with depth and intensity. The 2020 Cabernet Sauvignon Rosé was made in the 'Saignée Method' which involves bleeding off a portion of red wine juice after contacting the skins and seeds, which increases the wine's intensity. Dry and fragrant, this beautiful wine features notes of strawberries, roses and watermelon with a refreshing finish.

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Bushong 2021 'Pretty in Pink' RoséBushong 2021 'Pretty in Pink' Rosé
Paso Robles, California
20% Syrah, 20% Grenache, 20% Mourvèdre, 20% Tannat, 20% Cinsault
65 Cases Produced

Rosé Special Selection - Gold Medal Wine Club

Artisan, small-lot wine producer, Jason Bushong, has been crafting eclectic, award-winning wines for over twenty years. For his Bushong Vintage Company, Jason sources fruit from some of the Central Coast's most premium vineyard sites and crafts wines that are elegant, balanced and distinctive. A quick visit to his downtown Paso Robles tasting room gives visitors a feel for Jason's authentic personality - the contemporary space is both fun and approachable and includes a vintage pinball machine and over 1,000 vinyl LP's to play on a premium hi-fi system. The Bushong 2021 'Pretty in Pink' Rosé is a vibrant Rhône-style blend of 20% Syrah, 20% Grenache, 20% Mourvèdre, 20% Tannat, and 20% Cinsault. The fresh aromas and flavors mirror each other, with notes of strawberries, lime, watermelon rind, and black raspberry, with a distinct hint of jicama coming through on the crisp finish. Enjoy!

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Lawer 2019 Rosé of SyrahLawer 2019 Rosé of Syrah
Knights Valley, Sonoma Valley, California
100% Syrah
407 Cases Produced

96 Points + Double Gold Medal - Experience Rosé Wine Competition

More than two decades ago, an Alaskan couple, David and Betsy Lawer, fell in love with wine. David Lawer, a lawyer and General Counsel for the 1st National Bank of Alaska, and Betsy Lawer, a third generation banker and the Chair and President of the Bank, found themselves visiting Napa and Sonoma Valleys during Alaska's cold winter periods and were inspired to start growing and selling premium wine grapes. They purchased one of the most unique vineyards in the Knights Valley of Sonoma Valley and couldn't resist the notion of crafting their own wines as well. Lawer Estates was formed as a tribute to the couple's love of business, whether banking or winemaking, and the label artfully merges these two worlds. The Lawer Estates 2019 Rosé of Syrah exudes notes of freshly-cut strawberries, rose petals and watermelon with bolder aromas of raspberry, grenadine, fresh plums and papaya with a refreshing herbal hint of sweet pea. The palate shows excellent balance and juicy acidity with lingering, flavorful notes of strawberry, pomegranate, grapefruit and watermelon that carry through the crisp finish.

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Silver 2019 Rosé of Pinot NoirSilver 2019 Rosé of Pinot Noir
Premier Vineyard, Santa Barbara County, California
100% Pinot Noir
136 Cases Produced

Rosé Special Selection - Gold Medal Wine Club

Who would have guessed that a kid from Amherst, Massachusetts, with degrees in Italian and Animal Sciences (Pre-Veterinary) would end up in Santa Barbara County as an up-and-coming winemaker? Benjamin Silver did just that after catching the wine bug at a summer job at Chicama Vineyards on Martha's Vineyard. Upon graduating, Benjamin moved west and began working at Santa Barbara's Zaca Mesa Winery under iconic visionary winemaker Daniel Gehrs. On the side, he began experimenting with his own small-lot wines, a hobby that laid the foundation for his namesake project, Silver Wines. In 2000, Benjamin officially launched Silver Wines, focusing on microproduction, terroir-driven wines from special vineyard sites in Santa Barbara County. The Silver 2019 Rosé of Pinot Noir opens with aromas of delicate rose petals, white flowers and ripe strawberry fruit. Bright, ripe and smooth, this Rosé shows surprising layers of fruit depth and darker fruits on the palate - so much so, that it could be mistaken for a red table wine!

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Diablo Paso 2021 'Sin Pecado' Rosé of GrenacheDiablo Paso 2021 'Sin Pecado' Rosé of Grenache
Paso Robles, California
95% Grenache, 3.5% Albariño, 1.5% Tempranillo
140 Cases Produced

Rosé Special Selection - Gold Medal Wine Club

Enrique and Nora Torres created Diablo Paso Wines to express the things that matter most to them: their passion for Spanish wine varietals and a commitment to hard work. After a chance meeting in a small fishing village in Guerrero, Mexico (where Enrique was raised), Enrique and Nora began a long distance courtship (Nora grew up in Brooklyn, New York and had been in Mexico studying Spanish). Eventually, the couple married and settled in Paso Robles on California's Central Coast, and it was here that they began their love affair with wine. The Torres' appreciation and respect for Old World style Spanish wines comes through in every bottle of Diablo Paso wine. The 2021 'Sin Pecado' Rosé is a blend of 95% Grenache, 3.5% Albariño, and 1.5% Tempranillo. Sin Pecado means 'without sin' in Spanish; as it is the Torres' intention that you enjoy this delightful Rosé without regret. Delicately fresh, this wine has light fruit aromas and lingering flavors of cherries and strawberries. Enjoy!

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Embrace the Dry Side of Rosé - California style!

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Color, texture and flavors in a Rosé are influenced by the method by which the wine is produced, the amount of time the grapes are left on their skins, and the types of varietals used, among other things. Rosé can be produced through two methods - saignée and maceration - both relying on the skin contact to impart color, flavor, and texture to the finished wine. When using the saignée method (meaning “bleeding” in French), Rosé is produced as a byproduct of red wine. Grapes are harvested with the intention of making red wine. A portion of the pink juice is removed at an early stage in production, which is then fermented separately to produce Rosé. In the limited maceration method, red grapes are picked with the express purpose of making Rosé, often earlier and with higher acidity than when picked to make red wine. When the grapes are crushed, the skins are left in contact with the juice for a short period of time - usually between 12 and 24 hours - until the juice achieves the desired color. Then the entirety of the juice is pressed off and fermented to make Rosé.

Nearly any red wine grape can be used to make Rosé (and sometimes even grey-skinned grapes like Pinot Gris and Grenache Blanc!). Although many winemakers stick to more traditional Southern Rhône Provencal varietals for Rosé like Grenache, Syrah, and Mourvèdre, others are experimenting with different grapes, such as Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, or Pinot Noir. We’ve tried to showcase an array of different styles and varietals available in order to provide an overview of Rosé’s variety and a snapshot of its form in California.

Dry Rosé is the ideal wine for warm weather, long days, and lingering sunshine - although we’ve embraced it as welcome and refreshing sipper year round! A flexible drinker, Rosé pairs ridiculously well with a number of dishes - from light, fresh salads to seafood to meatier dishes like fried chicken, burgers, and barbecue ribs - or as an aperitif.