40% Zinfandel, 40% Syrah, 20% Barbera
Juicy, bold and fruity with notes of red cherry, strawberry candy drop, and fresh-cut watermelon.
Pairs well with charcuterie, grilled chicken salad and beachside lounging
Residual Sugar: 0.77 g/L
We never met a dog we didn’t love. With their wet kisses, wagging tails and the unconditional way they welcome you with excitement, a dog always knows how to make everyone feel like family. You’ll likely find one of these gregarious greeters in the vineyard, delighting workers and visitors alike. This wine is dedicated to our own beloved winery dog, Pip, and we hope it brings you as much joy as she brings to our family.
Plush and lush are two perfect words that describe this new Pip, the Greeter Rosé. If you’re a lover of juicy Zins and bold Pinots, you may have just found your summer sipper. A blend of Zinfandel, Syrah and Barbera, this wine is fruity and crisp, perfect for enjoying on its own or with food. The flavors are never-ending with notes of cherry pie, strawberry and watermelon candies. The zippy finish will have your mouth watering for another sip.
The grapes from this rosé were harvested from vines planted 30-35 years ago in California. After harvest, grapes were pressed and pumped into stainless-steel tanks to ferment for 14-20 days on both native and non-GMO, organic selected yeast. It then aged in stainless-steel tanks for 1-4 months before bottling, unfined and unfiltered.
DID YOU KNOW?
Many of the first wines ever produced were rosés! Both red and white grapes were planted together and harvested at the same time, so when they were pressed and fermented, then watered down to make a lightly-spiked beverage – it had a bright pink color and was quite refreshing. These wines were passed all around the Mediterranean and caused the expansion of grapevine planting across the ancient world!