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This crisp, bright summertime wine is made from 100% Pinot Noir grapes using the Saignée method.  This traditional French process involves bleeding the juice off of freshly crushed Pinot Noir grapes after six hours and fermenting it separately.

The fruit is a combination of the Ten Acre Russian River Valley wines and is fermented in neutral French oak barrels.  In Winemaker Michael Zardo's words: "I always love trying the rosés in the springtime, as it is the first chance to really try the new vintage.  Plus, it's a perfect wine for this time of year. "

2012
Russian River
Rosé of
Pinot Noir