We have removed the cherry to expose a floral bouquet and a strawberry palate. When chilled, enjoy the mineral overtones with a hint of sweet.
This blend of Chambourcin Rosé and Vidal acts as the cousin to the Rosé, the one you want to spend the reunion with. Drier, lively, a bit of a lemony acidic bite, but with the strawberry flavors still coming through.
As the crisp, brisk breeze of the arid Rocky Mountain top suggests a barren peak, the cherry and strawberry fruit flavors and lemony finish in Desert Rose will leave you just as astonished as finding that the dry frontier is a beautiful, bountiful elk country out west. If you know to hunt for it. This dry wine with its rosy color pairs well with sharp cheese and smoked pork.
Like a filled quiver ready for the hunt, each arrow expertly crafted for the task at hand, this wine packs berry into every glass: overflowing with bold ripe dark cherries, graced by hints of strawberry and then sweet fresh mid-summer fruit, all followed by a clean acidity. Refreshing chilled.