2020 Adelsheim Vineyard Willamette Valley Pinot noir rosé

2020 Adelsheim Vineyard Willamette Valley Pinot noir rosé

Willamette Valley,

13.0% alcohol

Empty bottle weight: 16.4 ounces // 465 grams

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2255 cases produced // LIVE-certified winery

This Pinot noir rosé was whole-cluster-pressed, then fermented in stainless steel tanks for a month. After fermentation was complete, just 2% of the wine was moved into neutral oak barrels for another 2 months. Doing so added subtle texture and enhanced the rosé’s layers without a detectable oak presence. Adelsheim Vineyard then commissioned Portland artist Jeremy Okai Davis to create three unique labels for this rosé, a modern take loosely based on the winery’s hand-drawn portrait and vineyard illustrations.


Light salmon


Pink grapefruit // tart // bing cherries // bruised apples


Mouthwateringly tart // pink grapefruit // sour cherries // lime zest // granny smith apples

Food pairing suggestions:

Black bean tlacoyos // hominy au gratin // chicken noodle soup

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SRP $28


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