Rosé

2019 Rosie P's Pale Pink
Muni Wine

2019 Rosie P's Pale Pink

Regular price $29.00 Free Local Delivery + Free Shipping on orders $49+
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Will not ship until March 13, 2020

We make our rosé by hand-picking the fruit at night and whole bunch pressing the Grenache, Syrah, Mourvèdre, Carignane, and Cinsault fruit after foot-stomping and a short maceration. The vineyard sourcing is from Santa Ynez vineyards including Estelle, Demetria, and Camp Four. 

Our Pale Pink Rosé is meant to be drunk now. Its appearance is a genuine reflection of its light, clear and delicate flavors. The wine has a cool strawberry mint aromas and lemony, tangy, juicy fresh acid. This is the ultimate lunch wine - lightweight and built for soaking up sunshine and company.

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Potek Winery

Potek 2019 Pinot Noir Rosé

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We are releasing the most delicious rosé wine that we've ever produced.  It's made from some of the top Pinot Noir vineyards in Sta. Rita Hills including old vines from Sanford & Benedict and Rancho la Viña. 

The fruit was harvested early in the season when it is full of bright, high-toned acidity. The juice was pulled from skins right away, with very little maceration, then followed by a long and cool fermentation in old French oak barrels to preserve freshness and aromatics.

This rosé shows flowers, dried herbs, fresh strawberry, and yuzu flavors.  It's energetic and fruit forward on the nose with a dry, mineral finish.

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Muni Wine

2018 Debra

Regular price $27.00 Free Local Delivery + Free Shipping on orders $49+
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White Zin Saves Lives.  

You see, Zinfandel was first planted around the turn of the century, and the planting of Zin boomed soon after, becoming the most widespread variety in California.  These old Zin vines are treasured now, but for a long time after Prohibition, and the Great Depression, the fruit from these OG vineyards was used in the cheapest, lowest quality wines, and the demand was so low that many growers began tearing them out...

Until the 1970’s when an accidentally stuck fermentation (that thing when the yeast dies before all the sugar is converted to alcohol) was bottled sweet.  That sugary nectar became an instant hit with grocery store consumers, and the popularity of White Zin gave those old vineyards a new lease on life and a new home for the fruit.  White Zine still accounts for 10%! Of US wine sales.  


Debra is our homage to ‘White Zin’ - the most basic of blush for all you basic babies. Think ‘White Zin’, but dry and good. It’s named after Debra from the Beck song, who I imagine to be a big fan of the blush.  
                                                            
Debra is light, refreshing, and crisp. We only bottled 5 barrels of this wine that smells and tastes like strawberries, watermelon rind, dust and tangerine.

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