This bottle comes from the collaboration between the Old World and New World of wine. American Charles Smith was Food and Wine Magazine’s 2009 Winemaker of the Year and Charles Bieler is a descendent of the French winemaking Bieler family. Together, they have created an American rosé that continues the trend of bucking the stigma that rosé is sweet wine.
Starting in 2016, all the grapes for this bottle were made specifically to create rosé. They include Syrah (61%), Mourvedre (12%), Grenache (10%), Cabernet Sauvignon (7%), Cinsault (7%), and Counoise (3%).
Grown in high altitudes in Washington’s Columbia Valley, this bottle has gorgeous strawberry notes and a touch of zest on the palate that gives way to a satisfying creamy finish.
Try the future of American rosé today!
Charles & Charles Columbia Valley Rosé ($16) A bright and dry beauty from high altitudes.
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