Lawer Estates 2019 Rosé

Sonoma County region
96 Points + Double Gold Medal — Experience Rosé Wine Competition
90 Points — Wine Enthusiast
 
Appellation
Betsy's Vineyard, Knights Valley, Sonoma County
Grapes
99.5% Syrah, 0.5% Pinot Noir
Aged
3 months in stainless steel
Cases Produced
407
Alcohol
13.8%
Sweetness Level
Dry
Diet Friendly
Low carb, Low sugar, Paleo, Keto


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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