The 2021 vintage was characterized as one of the best vintages in recent memory. Drought conditions produced lower yields and smaller berry sizes. Additionally, the moderate growing season allowed for ideal flavor development.
This Rosé is made by hand-harvesting grapes and placing them, whole-cluster, into the winepress. The juice was cold fermented in stainless steel tanks, then transferred into neutral oak barrels for a short period of light lees aging before being racked out for bottling. The wine did not undergo any secondary fermentation and saw no new oak while in the barrel.