Each year we eagerly await the release of our new Rosie Rosé! Winemaker Brenda Lynch has crafted a 2018 vintage that surely will not disappoint our loyal "Rosie" fans, or folks just discovering this wonderful wine. Made from 100% Sonoma County Zinfandel grapes.
At Chez Lynch We Love Rosé! Our summertimes have long included well chilled bottles of Rosé wine - cold, refreshing yet full of flavor. Winemaker Brenda Lynch first made our Rosie Rosé in 2012, producing a tiny amount of wine. It sold out within 30 days! Her latest vintage, 2018, is made from 100% Zinfandel grapes from Alexander Valley, Sonoma County. And it is a beauty! Her winemaking secrets are simple - focus on beautiful color and pretty fruit flavors, ferment the wine at very cool temperatures to preserve these wonderful characters and no oak aging. The result... our 2018 Rosie Rosé has wonderful fruit flavors with a dry and crisp finish. We hope you love her too!
A Gold Medal Winner. The 2018 Rosie Rosé scored 91 points and wone a GOLD MEDAL at the 2019 Experience Rosé Wine Competition, the largest and most prestigious Rosé wine competition in the United States.
Our Rosie Rosé delivers fresh and bright berry fruit aromas and flavors - picture fresh strawberries, perhaps a hint of blueberries, and definitely some red raspberries. The is medium bodied and combines some wonderful fruit forward flavors with a dry and crisp finish. Our favorite part - its beautiful color makes every glass a treat!
91 Points and GOLD MEDAL - 2019 Experience Rose Wine Competition.
218 Cases Produced
The 2018 Rosie Rosé is made from 100% Sonoma County Zinfandel grapes.
Food Pairing Notes
First and foremost, serve our Rosie on its own - its the perfect summertime quaff before a meal. The beauty about Rosie is that she then shifts to the table with ease. Serve with lighter grilled meats - teriyaki marinated chicken thighs - as a counterpoint to the marinade's distinctive flavors. As well, our Rosie is perfect with grilled fish and vegetables - ideally straight from our home garden!