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Charles and Charles Rose 2012

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The 2012 Rosé exhibits a beautiful pink color, tinged with a subtle salmon hue and coppered fuchsia edges. The aromas pop with wild strawberry, rose, cherry, subtle hibiscus and a touch of citrus, with underlying dried herb, crushed gravel and mineral tones. These bright fruit and savory flavors continue through the palate with great acidity that carries into the finish. Our goal is create a balance between fruit, savory and acid notes so that not one element is overly dominant.

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Snooth User: mrsrhampton
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5.00 5
06/04/2013

Watermelon and strawberry with a little citrus and mineral. Light and fruity...great acidity. Very refreshing for summer!


Snooth User: Courtney Gillihan
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4.00 5
03/27/2014

Really tasty wine. I wanted something with a little more depth than my usual Sauvignon Blanc or Chardonnay, but didn't want to go full-on red. This Rose was a nice change...a little more berry flavor than a white wine, while still crisp and fresh.


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Source: eVintner Wines and Spirits
03/22/2013

100% Syrah. This wine has aromas of berries and summer fruit. The delicate fruit has a nice tang and then goes bone dry -- very refreshing. It's a great sipper if you prefer a dry style. Pairings: Poultry, fish, summer soups and subtle cheeses.



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The 2012 Rosé exhibits a beautiful pink color, tinged with a subtle salmon hue and coppered fuchsia edges. The aromas pop with wild strawberry, rose, cherry, subtle hibiscus and a touch of citrus, with underlying dried herb, crushed gravel and mineral tones. These bright fruit and savory flavors continue through the palate with great acidity that carries into the finish. Our goal is create a balance between fruit, savory and acid notes so that not one element is overly dominant.

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