2014 Winderlea Vineyard Rosé of Pinot noir

2014 Winderlea Vineyard Rosé of Pinot noir2014 Winderlea Vineyard Rosé of Pinot noir

Dundee Hills sub AVA
Willamette Valley AVA


inderlea Vineyard is perched on the side of the hill, overlooking  neatly pruned rows of grapevines and beyond, the Willamette Valley. Modern and light-filled, their tasting room is worth a visit when you’re in the area.

Bright strawberry pink in color, this rosé is made with Pinot noir grapes grown in the Willamette Valley’s Dundee Hills. With aromas of freshly washed strawberries and eucalyptus, we found this wine to be bright and very acid and mineral-driven. It had flavors of tart grapefruit and white pepper with zesty bites of ginger. The finish was clean, dry and long-lasting, leaving us hungry for another sip.

Rosé is not just for summertime any more! We suggest pairing this wine with roast chicken cooked with rosemary and garlic, wild mushroom paté or a creamy risotto with andouille sausage.

SRP $25.

Sadly, we just learned this wine is sold out but the winery does still have 1.5 liter large format bottles of the previous vintage available for sale. We recommend adding this rosé to your shopping list in the Spring as well.


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  1. Melinda Reply

    Yum! This looks yummy and I have a number of friends who like Rose….they may be getting a bottle of this for Christmas!

    • Michele Francisco
      Michele Francisco Reply

      Brilliant idea Melinda! Happy holidays!

  2. Holly Reply

    Ooooooh I love Rosé. The color is gorgeous too.

  3. Marlynn @ UrbanBlissLife Reply

    I love how wonderful Rosé has become, thanks to so many excellent wineries like Winderlea. And Oregon rosé tends to sell out quickly too – bummer that they are sold out of this one, but I appreciate you sharing what they do have available. Thanks!

    • Michele Francisco
      Michele Francisco Reply

      I know, right? I was disappointed to learn they were sold out but happy that they still have a few 1.5Ls of the previous vintage!

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