California Rosé Summer Collection

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This summer, in order to provide an overview of Rosé’s variety and a snapshot of its styles, we are showcasing six different varietals produced by top winemakers in six different California Wine Regions. This is a true horizontal tasting to enjoy award-winning, highly-sought-after Rosés.




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Six different styles. Six different Wine Regions. Six award-winning Wineries.

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

Amuse Bouche Prêt à Boire 2016 Rosé
Southern French-style
Rutherford Hills District, Napa Valley AVA
Blend of Grenache and Syrah
• 90 Points – Wine Spectator
• 90 Points – Antonio Galloni, Vinous
We are pleased to offer you the sixth vintage of Rosé wine produced by renowned winemaker Heidi Barrett. “The 2016 Prêt à Boire (“Pret Ah Bwar”) Rosé is silky, perfumed and gracious, all qualities that make it a good choice for drinking now and over the next year or two. Cranberry, wild flowers and soft, silky curves give the wine its immediacy and overall appeal.” - Antonio Galloni, Vinous
"Floral peach and strawberry aromas pair with supple, spicy and vibrant flavors." - Wine Spectator

Tiny House 2017 Rosé of Pinotage
South African based Varietal
Sonoma Coast AVA
100% Pinotage
• 90 Points – Wine Enthusiast
• 90 Points – Jeb Dunnuck
“This small production wine is earthy, with a distinctly herbal nose, yet shows a hearty robustness and meaty character on the palate. Lightly ripe, it offers underlying hints of cherry and Tahitian vanilla, with sparks of vibrant acidity.” — Wine Enthusiast magazine.
“It’s clean, impeccably made, and as quaff-able as it gets.” - Jeb Dunnuck

Vinum Cellars 2016 Rosé
Red Rhône Blend
Paso Robles AVA
Grenache, Syrah and Mourvèdre
• 4/5 stars – Restaurant Wine Magazine
This light salmon-colored Rosé is made from Grenache, Syrah and Mourvèdre. The aromas are ripe with strawberry, rhubarb and floral notes and backed with ample acidity showcasing a lemon citrus profile. On the palate this wine is very refreshing and lively with the ripe berry flavors. The palate rounds out the composition with subtle earth notes.

Ousterhout 2017 Pinot Noir Rosé
Classic French Style
Russian River Valley AVA
100% Pinot Noir
• 94 Points – Wine Enthusiast
This Rosés emulates the finest classically-styled rosés from the south of France. A pale Rosé in color with aromas of cranberries, cherry, raspberry and a hint of watermelon. On the palate, the Rosé of Pinot Noir flavors are framed by a dry, crisp acidity, which is vibrant and is exceedingly refreshing. Medium bodied length with balanced acidity.


Azios Cellars 2017 Dry Rosé of Zinfandel
This is not your white Zin of yesteryear
Sierra Pelona Valley AVA
100% Estate Zinfandel
• Rosé Special Selection – Gold Medal Wine Club
The Zinfandel grapes were hand-picked in the Agua Dulce Vineyards located in the Santa Clarita Mountains. Winemaker Nico Azio’s notes read: “Geranium pink in color with aromas of fresh rose petal, strawberry, orange marmalade with subtle hints of citrus. On the palate flavors of passion fruit, ripe watermelon and lime zest carry through to finish.”

Vaughn Duffy 2017 Rosé of Carignan
Old Vine - Ukiah Valley
Mendocino County AVA
100% Carignan
• 90 Points – Wine Spectator
The Vaughn Duffy 2017 Rosé is made with grapes harvested from 80-year-old Carignane vines. It evokes aromas of strawberry, watermelon, tangerine and orange zest. The wine’s acidity pops on the entry to the palate. Flavors of honey crisp apple and raspberry lead to a smooth finish.



Embrace the dryer side of Rosé, California style!

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 Santa Barbara County.

Dry Rosé is the ideal wine for warm weather, long days, and lingering sunshine - although in Santa Barbara, 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.

Enjoy!





Take a Look at the Ratings of these Rosé

Take a look at this incredible ratings and awards the wines have won!


Amuse Bouche Prêt à Boire 2016 Rosé
Southern French-style -Rutherford Hills District, Napa Valley AVA
• 90 Points – Wine Spectator
• 90 Points – Antonio Galloni, Vinous

Tiny House 2017 Rosé of Pinotage
South African Based Varietal - Sonoma Coast AVA
• 90 Points – Wine Enthusiast
• 90 Points – Jeb Dunnuck

Vinum Cellars 2016 Rosé
Red Rhône Blend, Paso Robles AVA
• 4/5 stars – Restaurant Wine Magazine

Vaughn Duffy 2017 Rosé of Carignan
Old Vine - Ukiah Valley, Mendocino County AVA
• 90 Points – Wine Spectator

Ousterhout 2017 Pinot Noir Rosé
Classic French Style - Russian River Valley AVA
• 94 Points – Wine Enthusiast