Open Tuesday - Sunday 12:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m.

Shopping cart

Your cart is currently empty

Product image slideshow Items

  • Halter Ranch Halter Ranch Rosé 2020, Paso Robles - Adelaida District, Central Coast, CA
  • Halter Ranch Halter Ranch Rosé 2020, Paso Robles - Adelaida District, Central Coast, CA

Halter Ranch Rosé 2020, Paso Robles - Adelaida District, Central Coast, CA

$22.00
Excl. tax

This Spanish style rosé  blend sees 24 hours skin contact and has a hint of salinity with notes of citrus, wild strawberry, and zippy acidity.

The rating of this product is 0 out of 5

(0)
In stock

Halter Ranch Rosé 2020, Paso Robles - Adelaida District, Central Coast, CA

This Spanish style rosé  blend sees 24 hours skin contact and has a hint of salinity with notes of citrus, wild strawberry, and zippy acidity.

COUNTRY: United State of America (USA)

STATE: CA

APPELLATION (AVA): Paso Robles

REGION: Central Coast

SUBREGION: San Luis Obispo County

VINEYARD: Halter Ranch Vineyard

VINTAGE: 2020

GRAPES:  85% Grenache, 14% Picpoul Blanc, 1% Mourvèdre

SOIL: Limestone

PRACTICE: Sustainable

VINIFICATION: Lightly crushed, 24 hours skin contact, pressed and fermented in stainless steel, aged 2 months in stainless steel, no oak, no malolactic

STYLE: Still

COLOR: Vivid orange salmon

BODY: Light to Medium (3-4)

TASTE: Dry

PRIMARY AROMAS: Savory, almost salty on the nose, wild strawberry, citrus, tangerine

FLAVOR: Watermelon, pomegranate, lengthy acidity, textured finish

FORMAT: 750 ml

ALCOHOL: 13.3%

 

SERVICE AND SUGGESTION: Pair with dishes such as salmon, chicken, light pasta, crab legs, lobster roll, or skate wing with caper sauce.

ABOUT THE PRODUCER: 
· In 2000, a Swiss entrepreneur and conservationist, Hansjörg Wyss purchased 1,000 acres of land on the West side of Paso Robles.

  • 280 acres are planted to vines at altitudes of up to 1750 feet above sea level on mostly limestone soils.
  • 19 grape varieties planted in 77 separate vineyard blocks comprised of 60% Bordeaux and 40% Rhone varietals.
  • In 2008 Halter Ranch achieved the SIP Certification (Sustainability in Practice).
  • gravity fed, green winery that captures rainwater, built from rocks harvested on site & naturally cool underground caves.
  • historic property that throughout history has been a farm, a cattle ranch and the setting for the movie Arachnophobia.

Historic Halter Ranch is a vineyard and winery located in the heart of the Paso Robles' Westside Adelaida District. California’s Central Coast Wine Country has ideal conditions for growing superior wine grapes and producing world-class wines. We craft 100% estate-grown wines, which are sustainably farmed on westside limestone soils. Tradition and innovation mix at Halter Ranch to produce Bordeaux and Rhône wines of the highest quality.

ABOUT THE VINEYARDS: 
“The estate vineyard was initiated in 1996 and has since been expanded to its present 180-acres. Nineteen grape varietals at Halter Ranch occupy the steepest, most south-facing slopes on the property, which reach an elevation of 1,950 feet and provide excellent sun exposure. The emphasis on quality in the vineyard is complemented by a commitment to environmentally responsible grape-growing practices. Planting on only a small portion of the property’s acreage preserves a diverse environment, mitigating the effects of a monoculture. Only 180 acres of Halter Ranch's 2,700 acres are dedicated to farming and structures; the rest is left to natural landscape, mainly oak woodland and wildlife corridors.” halterranch.com

0 stars based on 0 reviews
Add your review