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2014 Carneros Cuvée Rosé

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2014 Carneros Cuvée Rosé

The Carneros Cuvée Rosé is our Tête de Cuvée Rosé. It represents the best fruit from our 335 acres of estate vineyards as well as our winemaking expertise in the art of blending. This special Cuvée Rosé is only produced in select vintage years. This wine is remarkably bright and complex, and represents the ultimate statement of our iconic sparkling house style.

from $63.75 - $85
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2014 Carneros Cuvée Rosé - Sparkling Wine Bottle
91

Points
Wine Enthusiast

Club Exclusive

2014 Carneros Cuvée Rosé

The Carneros Cuvée Rosé is our Tête de Cuvée Rosé. It represents the best fruit from our 335 acres of estate vineyards as well as our winemaking expertise in the art of blending. This special Cuvée Rosé is only produced in select vintage years. This wine is remarkably bright and complex, and represents the ultimate statement of our iconic sparkling house style.

from $63.75 - $85

Tasting Notes

This is an elegant sparkling wine with a pale pink, rose gold color and aromas of red fruit and citrus.

Flavors of orange zest and lemon tart with an underlying Red Delicious apple complement the soft mouthfeel and a lingering ginger-like finish.
91
Points
Wine Enthusiast
Food pairing with Carneros Cuvée Rosé

2014 Carneros Cuvée Rosé

Food Pairings

The subtle citrus flavor and slight ginger finish pair perfectly with raw oysters, Dungeness crab, steamed clams, lobster, and sashimi. For the other courses, try buttery Meyer lemon shortbread with fresh raspberries. The mild tang of aged goat, Gouda, or Manchego cheese effortlessly complements the long, creamy finish of this unique sparkling cuvée wine.

Additional Information

  • Composition54.5% Pinot Noir & 45.5% Chardonnay
  • Aging4 years
  • AppellationCarneros
  • Alcohol12.5%
  • TA0.74 g/100mL
  • pH3.01
  • Dosage12.0 g/L
  • Production985 cases

The 2014 growing season got off to an early start with bud break two weeks earlier than average. A late winter weather system in Sonoma Carneros brought in enough rain to supply the vines through bloom, and mild warm spring weather gave us good fruit set. Mild weather through the growing season with no rain events and no heat spikes was optimal for the development of the fruit. The early spring brought an early harvest to Northern California, with average size yields of excellent fruit.