ROSÉ - CALIFORNIA
LET'S JUST DANCE
Rosé is perhaps the most festive wine style of all, always cutting a fruity, lively rug on the vinous dancefloor. Let’s Just Dance is a simply delicious, timeless style that will appeal to both seasoned sommeliers and curious newcomers looking for that “a-ha!” moment in wine. Made in the traditional style, Let’s Just Dance is sourced from cool-climate vineyards near the California coast and made in a state-of-the-art winemaking facility, to ensure that, like a great ballerina, each bottle pirouettes on the palate, dancing nimbly and lively across the tongue, and most importantly, sticks the landing!
Surprisingly broad, this is a rosé with some heft and mouth presence. On the nose, Let’s Just Dance features notes of red fruit, white currant, rose and mint, deep and profound. Flavors dance and mingle on the tongue, with cherry / berry at the fore and a floral, minty kick on the finish. This generous, opulent style finishes off-dry, with a lingering echo of fruit.
Fresh fruit salad, spicy Oriental cuisine, grilled shrimp kabobs with jalapeño, coleslaw with some heat, mild cheeses, key lime pie.
WHAT CAN YOU ROSÉ?
Let’s Just Dance hails from California, one of the world’s most exciting wine regions for frank, fruity rosé wine. With its optimal climate, well-draining, sandy soils and ample exposure to sunlight on the flanks of the coastal ridges where Let’s Just Dance is grown, it is no surprise why California is garnering so much attention for their pinks.
California Rosés tend feature summer fruit flavors, a soft, elegant mouthfeel and surprisingly full body and weight. They are true not only to their place of origin, but also to the culture and style of the state’s residents. No surprise, then, Let’s Just Dance is a laid back, fun and fresh rosé, with the pallet impact of a mosh pit and the elegance of a fine, timeless waltz.
WINEMAKING PROCESS: Let’s Just Dance Rosé is made in the time-honored, traditional method. Grapes are picked early in the morning and loaded directly into the wine press. The juice is slowly extracted and then fermented at low temperatures. This ensures just the right amount of color in the finished wine, while still retaining freshness and aromatic vitality.
RESIDUAL SUGAR: 28 g/L