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Amista 2020 Rosé de Tres

Amista 2020 Rosé de Tres


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With this wine in your glass, the warmth of spring and the sunshine of summer will be in your heart. Breathe in aromas of Satsuma orange, garden picked strawberry, lemon zest and just a drop of ruby red grapefruit  Flavors of fresh strawberry and lingering acidity pair equally well with steamed mussels and a loaf of crusty French bread or a chair on the beach.

79 cases made

Hand harvested

Morningsong Vineyards, Dry Creek Valley

Healdsburg, California, in the heart of Sonoma wine country

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Wine Specs
Rhone Blend
Dry Creek Valley
Vineyard Designation
Morningsong Vineyards
Harvest Date
September 15, 2020
4 months in neutral oak barrels
Bottling Date
January 13, 2021
Alcohol %
Wine Profile
Tasting Notes
This is an absolutely delicious vintage of our Rosé de Tres. From the color to the aromatics to the refreshing mouthfeel and finish, I absolutely love this wine. The bright berry color is so inviting and from there, aromas of Satsuma orange, fresh picked garden strawberry, lemon zest and lemon oil and just a drop of ruby red grapefruit. The palate is filled with strawberry tones and lingering acidity. This is truly a pleasant wine to drink and enjoy and while I’m sure it will be great with food, it is definitely a wine that stands on its own.
Vineyard Notes
2020 was a vintage to remember. From early on in 2020, the vintage was quite warm. Bud break and set happened very smoothly and the crop size was considerably smaller after two large vintages. In the vineyard, all our varietals were concentrated in yields but delicious in flavors.
Winemaker Notes
This is our third vintage of Rosé de Tres. Breaking from our normal style of making pressed rosés, this one was made from a blend of saignée fractions from three of our Rhone wines: Syrah, Grenache and Mourvèdre. After we picked each of these lots for red wine, we saignéed (drained juice from the tank to increase the ratio of skins to remaining juice to concentrate the final red wine) a small percentage from each. This saignée fraction was a beautiful, light, crisp rosé juice. We fermented each lot separately and combined after fermentation. This wine did not go through malolactic fermentation and only saw neutral oak barrels, which preserved the bright and delicate fruit. After 4 in barrel, we bottled.
Food Pairing Notes
This Rosé is perfect with steamed mussels and crusty French bread, or a nice beach with a bunch of friends.
79 cases

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