About The Wine
Above all, Big Rosé Vibe is a lot of fun... big fun. And this year, we're back with a brand new blend! This year's blend combines sustainably grown Semillon, Grenache Blanc, Vermentino, and Lagrein from some of our favorite vineyards including Camp 4, Vogelzang, Morrow View, and French Camp. The Semillon and Lagrein were crushed and cold-soaked on their skins for 2 hours to delicately extract color before the juice was pressed. The Grenache Blanc from Morrow View Vineyard in Edna Valley was pressed immediately following harvest. And, the Vermentino from Camp 4 was harvested, pressed off, and fermented using native yeast in neutral oak barrels for 6 months. All varietals were fermented separately and underwent long cool fermentations in neutral oak barrels. The final blend was aged in neutral oak for 150 days. The juice is fermented using only native, natural yeast alive in the air and on the grapes. Nothing is added throughout the wine's elevage, resulting in a wine that is rich and complex with strong primary fruit flavors and acid, and remains unfined and unfiltered.
The California Central Coast includes the coastal land between Ventura County and Monterey County. This region has achieved global renown because of its abundant microclimates and enormous coastal influence.
Watermelon, salty ocean air and wild strawberry flavors help to showcase a unity of orange and pink wine that's reflected in its deep-salmon-color. Pink grapefruit, and tangerine with more rounded flavors of summer melon, and a touch of grippiness on the finish.