Not your average pool party Rosé! This is your Ace-in-the-hole, the secret you’re going to want to share will all of your friends. Ruby red grapefruit greets the nose – jasmine and salinity leave your mouth watering! On the palate, this wine is bright and floral, with notes of white flowers and white tea. On the finish, the 2021 Rosé of Grenache is textured with bright acidity and lingering phenolics. Pair this with Charcuterie plates, prosciutto, and melon, or a grapefruit and goat cheese salad.
This distinctive rosé is one of my favorite wines to make. It is 100% Grenache sourced from two Sonoma County vineyards- one in Russian River Valley and the other in Sonoma Valley. The combination of the two regions creates a well-balanced rosé with beautiful aromatics and great texture. – Anaba Winemaker, Katy Wilson
We source from two vineyards in Sonoma County for this wine, Landa and Flora Marie. Landa Vineyard is where we source a number of our Rhône grapes. It is located in the low eastern foothills of the Mayacamas and experiences warm days and cool nights, perfect for a slow-ripen.
The Flora Marie Vineyard is located on the Eastern side of the Russian River Valley. This vineyard experiences a similar diurnal shift as Landa – warm, sunny days and cool, fog-shrouded nights.
Landa and Flora Marie
We co-fermented the Landa Vineyard and the Flora Marie Vineyard - something new for Anaba. 100% stainless steel. Slow, cool, fermentation.
Aged three months on lees, low intervention, low sulfur wine.