Hints of mineral and hibiscus flower tea add complexity, while the ripe, juicy flavors give the impression of sweetness, yet the wine is dry.
Almost all red wine grapes have clear juice, so the color of the wine depends on the length of skin contact. To achieve the delicate pink hue of our A by Acacia Rosé, Reggie gave the juice eight to 10 hours of skin contact before gentle pressing. A three-week-long cold fermentation at 55 degrees Fahrenheit captured the layered fruitiness of the wine. To retain the fruit-focused expression, the wine is not oak aged.
Spanish tapas and paella; grilled sausages with ratatouille or salade niçoise from the south of France; Thai chicken salad; or a picnic of Northwest smoked salmon with organic greens, hazelnuts and fresh blueberries.