Broc Cellars White Zinfandel
The vineyard is steep and the top of the vineyard gets a lot of sun throughout the day. They pick the grapes early so they don't get too much sun exposure since the Zinfandel grape is very thin skinned. Those grapes don't make it into their Vine Starr, but it's really nice fruit to make a delicious rosé. They decided to call it White Zinfandel at their first release because of its high acidity but softer palate. It started out as a tongue in cheek reference that they have embraced and now it's a perennial fan favorite. The story of this wine is a happy surprise -- perfect for a summer out of doors.
Tasting notes: Ruby red grapefruit, laser acidity, tart & fresh