Voix de la Vigne Rosé Pettilant
WHY WE LOVE IT
- With these cans, one can pretend there are at a crowded beach somewhere warm.
- Ideal serving size for those who want a little Rosé without opening a whole bottle.
Varietal Composition: 40% Pinot Gris, 35% Riesling, 15% Muscat, 10% Pinot Noir
Elaboration: 100% of the Pinot Noir was destemmed and placed in the press with whole-clusters of Pinot gris, Riesling and Muscat. The press was rotated, and allowed to sit for 4 hours, then the fruit was gently pressed. The juice was settled, racked and fermented together giving a subtle yet vibrant pink color.
Tasting Notes: Pineapple, guava, sea breeze, married with white flowers and fresh-cut strawberries. Broad and juicy structure on the palate with crisp vibrancy and a dry finish.
Housed in a fully modern winemaking facility in Dundee, Oregon, Voix de la Vigne wines are made by French-born winemaker Bruno Corneaux. The wines are crafted to express the purity of each grape variety. These are elegant wines, with no use of new oak, and relatively low alcohol levels. The grapes are sourced from a variety of vineyard sites from both volcanic and sedimentary soils. These vineyards are under the viticultural control of Bruno Corneaux and his team. Voix de la Vigne wines are dressed up to evoke classics from the old world. The label is not only pleasing to the eye, but serves also as an indication of what the buyer can expect from the wine. The intent is to ‘speak’ to the wine buyer who is interested in wine of elegance and finesse – the hallmark of the Voix de la Vigne brand.