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Eco Terreno – Rosé

United States
California
Wine
Rosé

The Facts

Origins United States > California > Sonoma County

Appellation Alexander Valley

Varietal Cabernet Sauvignon

Cepage 90% Cabernet Sauvignon, 6% Cabernet Franc, 2% Malbec, 2% Petit Verdot

Winemaking Harvested the third week in September, both free run juice and a press fraction were fermented in stainless steel tanks

Aging Stainless Steel Fermented

Alcohol Content 13.3 %

Production 250

Serendipity Markets California

The Character

Tasting Notes In the glass the wine is a delicate ballet pink color with hints of fuchsia. The nose is extremely aromatic and has a pleasing mélange of strawberry cream, guava and red currant. This is a dry and pleasantly fruity rosé with bright high acidity and a surprisingly full and silky texture. Flavors of fresh strawberries in cream, dragon fruit and tart Santa Rosa plums are followed by hints of watermelon candy.

Overall Bright, refreshing, creamy, versatile

Mouthfeel Bright acidity coupled with a nice fullness

Aromas Strawberry cream, guava, red currant with flavors of strawberry, dragon fruit and Santa Rosa plums

Selling Point Juicy, fresh, bursting with flavor and a silky finish.

Pairings Grilled fish, lobster, composed salads, burrata and baguette

Awards 92 Sunset Magazine 2020 (2019), 92 Rose Wine Experience 2020 (2019)

Sustainability Certified Biodynamic t, Certified Organic t

The Story

Our inspiration for this dry rosé are wines from the Bordeaux region of France. Bright pink in color, with a beautifully aromatic nose, bright acidity and surprisingly full silky texture, this wine moves from aperitif to entree with ease.

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Brand Story

With focused care and a joy of farming, Eco Terreno Wines represents the intrinsic flavors of Sonoma County's renown Alexander Valley and the benefits of Demeter USA certified biodynamic, estate grown grapes. In 1980, owner/winemaker Mark Lyon purchased a 149-acre vineyard located at the northern end of Alexander Valley, near the town of Cloverdale and upper watershed of the Russian River. Originally planted in 1973 by Rodney Strong, now named Lyon Vineyard, this site has a long history of producing exceptional Bordeaux varietals and has some of the oldest producing Sauvignon Blanc and Cabernet Sauvignon vines in Sonoma County. Founded in 2012, Eco Terreno Wines is an authentic reflection of place, its name translates in Spanish means “land ecology” and “of the land"" in Italian.


Brand Story

With focused care and a joy of farming, Eco Terreno Wines represents the intrinsic flavors of Sonoma County's renown Alexander Valley and the benefits of Demeter USA certified biodynamic, estate grown grapes. In 1980, owner/winemaker Mark Lyon purchased a 149-acre vineyard located at the northern end of Alexander Valley, near the town of Cloverdale and upper watershed of the Russian River. Originally planted in 1973 by Rodney Strong, now named Lyon Vineyard, this site has a long history of producing exceptional Bordeaux varietals and has some of the oldest producing Sauvignon Blanc and Cabernet Sauvignon vines in Sonoma County. Founded in 2012, Eco Terreno Wines is an authentic reflection of place, its name translates in Spanish means “land ecology” and “of the land"" in Italian.

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