Unti Dry Creek Valley Rosé 2017
"We make Rosé by lightly crushing Grenache and Mourvedre grapes directly to press. In order to make a Provencal-style rosé that is not dark-hued or tannic, we limit skin contact to a few hours. The wine is fermented completely dry, and aged in stainless steel or concrete tanks until bottling. If possible, we prevent the wine from going through malo-lactic fermentation in order to retain bright acidity. In 2017, our Rosé has 35% Mourvedre, which adds to the depth of the wine.
Grenache and Mouvedre have the unique ability to provide body, texture, and complexity while maintaining the style of a crisp, dry rosé, which is why we love Bandol, in southern France."