Sonoma-Cutrer’s pinot-driven rose gives a basic Provence-style development, a mere 11.9% abv, pushed by white flowers, ripe strawberry, and lingering vanilla notes because the wine develops in glass. Lemon notes emerge late within the sport, the lightest layer of florals lifting the in any other case vanilla-laden, nougat-like sweetness, only a contact. This wine by no means tends towards complexity, and 2021 isn’t any exception. For spring- or summertime sipping, nevertheless, I can’t actually complain.
B+ / $20 / sonomacutrer.com
2021 Sonoma-Cutrer Rose of Pinot Noir Russian River Valley