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Enjoué Rosé Blend Sonoma Valley Estate Grown 2010

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The wine's delightful salmon-pink color is the result of red wine grapes made in a white wine style; the definition of classic rosé. The aroma shows notes of strawberry, ruby grapefruit and mango. The zesty acidity, supple texture and a long, lingering finish allow this rosé to boldly pair with a wide variety of foods, seducing even the most skeptical red wine drinker.

Region: USA » California » Sonoma County

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Color: Rosé
Varietal: Syrah
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Lasseter Family Winery:
Lasseter Family wines are the result of Nancy and John's travel-based love affair with French nomenclature, places, blends and grapes. They are created with great care and hands-on approach by three generations of the Lasseter family. The intent is only and always to make wines they like to drink themselves, in a fun and easy-going way. Our wines are crafted in an Old World-style, using Bordeau... Read more
Lasseter Family wines are the result of Nancy and John's travel-based love affair with French nomenclature, places, blends and grapes. They are created with great care and hands-on approach by three generations of the Lasseter family. The intent is only and always to make wines they like to drink themselves, in a fun and easy-going way. Our wines are crafted in an Old World-style, using Bordeaux and Rhône varietals to create unique blends. Estate-grown and bottled, our blends incorporate Malbec, Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon, Syrah, Grenache, Mourvèdre, and grapes grown on our 27 acre vineyard property in Sonoma Valley, CA. Read less

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Snooth User: gemoore
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4.00 5
Vintage: 2007 01/05/2011

Very tasty



The wine's delightful salmon-pink color is the result of red wine grapes made in a white wine style; the definition of classic rosé. The aroma shows notes of strawberry, ruby grapefruit and mango. The zesty acidity, supple texture and a long, lingering finish allow this rosé to boldly pair with a wide variety of foods, seducing even the most skeptical red wine drinker.

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