Alongside Si Vinters’ 2019 Sophie Rose, this is one of our favourites of the year. Strawberries and cream, sweet raspberry and watermelon. Utterly moreish, with a faintly chalky texture. Don’t serve too cold!
The 2019 Queen of the Sierra rosé was organically grown on the Rorick estate vineyard in Calaveras County at 2000’ elevation, featuring soils comprised of a layer of schist over dolomite-rich limestone. Composed primarily of Zinfandel, Grenache Noir, and Tempranillo, the wine shows all of the aromatic complexity and textural presence that are the hallmarks of wines grown on the limestone of this estate.
Watermelon juice! Yum. Crisp texture, vibrant, squeaky feel to the wine. It has that incredible, plugged-into-electrical-socket neon pink colour too. I love that. Good web of tannins making things tight and puckering to close. Light spice through the wine, the vibe of rose hip tea. I dunno, it’s just so damn delicious, so drinkable, so good. 94 Points – Mike Bennie, The Winefront
Out of stockProducer: Forlorn Hope