We’ve put together one Oregon Rosé of Pinot Noir and we have two completely different Rosé blends & a Rosé of
Sangiovese from here in Washington. This is a really fun package and a great way to find your favorite Rosé style.
*Cristom Rose of Pinot Noir 2019 92 James Suckling
Comprised entirely of fruit from the Eola-Amity estate. For this release, Cristom blended one cluster from each
plant of specific blocks of the Jessie and Louise Vineyards, to the base of the wine. “Attractive red-cherry and
raspberry aromas with a fresh, tangy and minerally kick on the palate that delivers attractive cut and depth. The
acidity is on point.”
*Walla Walla Vintners Rose 2019 91 Wine Enthusiast
100% Sangiovese, 85% Seven Hills, 15% Cut Bank Estate. Full of fresh citrus, watermelon, and lemongrass on the
nose. Mouthwatering acidity carries more tropical fruit flavors. Try it with fresh fish, hard cheeses, or simply on its
*Milbrandt Family Rose 2019
65% Syrah, 30% Tempranillo, 2% Grenache, 2% Pinot Grigio, <1% Sangiovese, Mourvedre, Counoise. This Syrah
dominant Rosé is dry, full-bodied, and lush, with gorgeous red berry fruits like raspberry and strawberry. It shows
extraordinary bright fruit and floral notes on the nose. A crisp profile, hints of grapefruit pith, and layered
minerality makes this vintage everything you could want in a dry Rosé.
*Idilico Rosado 2019
The wine was farmed specifically for Rosé and is a blend of 63% Graciano, 23% Garnacha and 14 %Monastrell.
Winemaker Javier Alfonso was the first winemaker in WA to plant these Spanish varietals here. Notes of fresh
picked strawberry and raspberry with a backdrop of tropical fruit. On the palate there is plenty of nerve and crisp,