The 2020 growing season began with a relatively dry, mild winter followed by a dry, temperate spring, which resulted in an early April budbreak. The weather throughout spring and summer was even and warm, offering numerous clear, sun-filled days. In September, the weather turned hot, providing the grapes a final push towards optimal ripeness and flavor development. While the overall weather was exceptional for growing grapes, yielding wines with excellent structures and ripe, voluptuous flavors, the impact of the 2020 California wildfires required us to be exacting in our grape selection process, excluding any fruit that did not meet our standards. As a result, while our overall yields were down in 2020, we are extremely proud of the lush, opulent wines that we were able to craft from this vintage.


This tantalizing rosé begins with citrus-driven aromas of ruby grapefruit and Meyer lemon. As the nose evolves, tropical layers of passionfruit and mango are revealed, along with hints of juicy Bosc pear. On the palate, this wine is bright and energetic, with zesty undercurrents that add to the poise and purity of the lush mango and pineapple flavors, and carry the wine to a lingering finish with alluring red berry notes.


Aged 30% in stainless steel, 70% neutral barrel.