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Pinot Gris / Grigio, Pinot Noir
The Full Review
This more deeply-colored rosé doesn’t jump out of the glass, but relies on the subtleties of fresh cherry, rocky earth, and a hint of spring blossoms. The medium-bodied palate is driven by earth, falling a little flat at first, but finishes with freshness, citrus, and acidity. Not the most memorable rosé, but pleasant nonetheless.