Long Meadow Ranch Rosé of Pinot Noir 2019

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Long Meadow Ranch Rosé of Pinot Noir is perfect for sipping at brunch or at the end of the day. This wine is soft and vibrant, yet with depth. The acidity is vibrant enough to keep that depth in check, making it an extremely refreshing wine that will keep you reaching for your glass.

Tasting Notes
The light pink color of Long Meadow Ranch Rosé is shaded with a salmon hue that shows the delicate character of the wine. On the nose, the perfumes are intense—it is floral and spicy at first then opens toward a delicate strawberry and citrusy notes. The palate is dense and lively with intermixing spice, floral, and again small strawberry tones. Clean and focused on the finish, a clear appeal for the next glass.

About Long Meadow Ranch
Long Meadow Ranch is a collection of five properties: three in Napa Valley, one in Anderson Valley, and one in West Marin. The operation is owned by Ted, Laddie, and Christopher Hall. They employ an integrated, organic farming system, using simple, sustainable methods. Each part of the ranch contributes to the health of the whole. Vineyards and winemaking, olive orchards and olive oil making, and cattle and horse breeding all work in a complementary fashion, as do the egg-laying poultry flock and the organic vegetable gardens. All crops are certified organic and are grown without the use of herbicides, pesticides, or chemical fertilizers.

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