Wine Name/Vineyard: 2018 Dry Rose
Wine Category: Rose
Grape blend: 82% Cabernet Franc, 12% Malbec, 6% Petite Verdot
Bottle size: 750 ml
Region: Columbia Valley
State or country: Washington
Cases produced: 2800
The Barrel Cellar Score: 87 points
Review date: May 19, 2019
About the Winemaker: Seven Hills winery is respected by it’s peers in the Walla Walla Valley for consistently producing high quality wines, and contributions to the winemaking community. Their wines are known for taking inspiration from the old world while and infusing the best the terroir and climate of the region have to offer.
Color: A light shade of Rose gold
Nose: Ripened Pear, honey suckle, jasmine
Taste: Honey dew, citrus Finish fresh herbs mineral notes
Assessment: This is a fantastic dry Rosé. It’s a medium bodied porch drinker and the perfect wine to enjoy with a nice breeze on a sunny summer day. It has a silky mouthfeel with a touch of citrusy acidity. This is a wine for everybody. This wine has a refreshing flavor that will interest even those who hold preference for sweet wine, but doesn’t have the sweetness that might turn many dry wine drinkers off. Drink now.
The mineral notes in this wine add great character. This wine is a good value at $18. Seven Hills Winery has a variety of great wines at a variety of price points. Check out this release and others at Seven Hills Winery’s website. You won’t be disappointed.
Pairing recommendation: Pair with aged cheese, dried or fresh fruits, pork, or turkey.
Seven Hills Winery 2018 Dry Rosé is a good wine, 87 points
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