Taft Street Rose of Pinot Noir Sonoma 2010

Winemaker's Notes:

The wine was left on its skins for six hours for color extraction, and then cold fermented in stainless steel tanks with minimal handling and fining.

Region: USA » California » Sonoma Valley

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  • 2010

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Winery: Taft Street  
Color: Rosé
Varietal: Pinot Noir
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Taft Street:
The term “garagistes” originated in Bordeaux in the 1980’s and referred to a group of innovative winemakers who produced exceptional wines in their garages rather than in grand chateaux. Since 1979, we have carried on the garagistes tradition of innovation and excellance in a chateau alternative locale. Taft Street Winery continues in the garagistes traditions to this day, producing limited ... Read more
The term “garagistes” originated in Bordeaux in the 1980’s and referred to a group of innovative winemakers who produced exceptional wines in their garages rather than in grand chateaux. Since 1979, we have carried on the garagistes tradition of innovation and excellance in a chateau alternative locale. Taft Street Winery continues in the garagistes traditions to this day, producing limited production, handcrafted wines from select Sonoma County vineyards. Our goals have not changed. We make great wine; make it available at a fair price; and, most of all, have fun in the process. Read less
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Tasting Notes:

Bright crimson in color, with hints of strawberry, this wine shows real Pinot Noir elegance, yet lends itself nicely to casual entertaining.

The wine was left on its skins for six hours for color extraction, and then cold fermented in stainless steel tanks with minimal handling and fining.

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726 Cases produced.

Closure: Cork

Notes: cold fermented in stainless steel tanks

Wine Specs:

Alcohol: 12.9% pH: 3.45

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