Wine Enthusiast 88 points - Salmon colored (and salmon would make a good pairing), this sparkling rose has deep flavors of toasty oak and black fruit, along with a swath of sweetness on the finish. (Dec 2013)
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A lightly sweet rose, displaying cherry Life Saver, ginger and honey notes. Open and airy in texture, yet smooth, lingering nicely on the finish.
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