This year's Paysan Rosé is made up from 81% Mourvèdre, 12% Cinsault, and 7% Grenache from calcareous and shale soils in San Benito County and Arroyo Seco. Early picked for rosé. 3-6 hours of skin contact before pressing to stainless steel tank for a slow, cold fermentation.
Private Property Rosé is made from Pinot Noir, Grenache and Chardonnay. The majority of the blend is direct to press juice, which showcases the vibrance and brightness of Monterey County. To complement the brightness and soften
the expression, some saignee juice is blended back to achieve a very approachable rose.
De Boel France is an absolutely electric bio-dynamic winery that has small plots in the Northern and Southern Rhone and their lovely rosé is made from 100% Caladoc (an old cross of Grenache and Malbec) and is as pretty as the label and name suggests.