Rosé play 🎧 drink 2 The Black Crowes

In the glass this Sta. Rita Hills Grenache Rosé (pictured left) has a soft, rose-gold core with light orange edges that fade into a HUGE translucent halo….

The nose is citrusy and bright with a lemon lime kick that mellows into an orange note with BEAUTIFUL rose petals…..

A taste starts with more of the lemon & lime zest I got on the nose before tangerines and peaches jump into the mix ———-> A chew and a swish opens up a creamsicle mid-palate before this guy shows a lasting pear and nectarine ending that hangs out on my tongue well past my sip….

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In the glass this Sta. Rita Hills Pinot Noir Rose (pictured right) has a salmon pink center with clean copper penny edges surrounded by a thin translucent halo….

A sniff has an earthy, portobello mushroom start before before fresh strawberries create a platform for soft floral notes….

The palate shows a watermelon pop that mellows into more of the strawberries I got on the nose ———-> A little air across my tongue opens up a peaches and cream thing on the mid-palate before red raspberries do a swan dive into a pool of bing cherry acid that slowly chills out on the finish….

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What do ya do when you’ve got a Dusty Nabor Grenache Rosé and Pinot Rosé laying side by side in your wine fridge? You pop ’em both and do a little research! While the Grenache was a little more subdued and crisp and the Pinot was a bit rounder and juicier, both expressions were phenomenal in their own right! 🎧🎧🎧 Listen to BOTH of these gorgeous wines with a song about freewheelin’ love like The Black Crowes – Hard To Handle

2018 Dusty Nabor “Grenache Rosé” Sta Rita Hills CA

2018 Dusty Nabor “Pinot Noir Rosé” Sta Rita Hills CA

http://www.dustynaborwines.com

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