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Hearst Ranch Winery – Rose Julia

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USA - CA
San Luis Obispo County
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Rose

The Facts

UPCs 2021 (750ml) - 8 52842 00309 7
Origins USA - CA > San Luis Obispo County > Paso Robles
Appellation Paso Robles
Varietal Rose Blend
Cepage 65% Grenache, 14% Syrah, 9% Petit Verdot, 5% Zinfandel, 4% Tempranillo, 3% Malbec
Winemaking Fermented in 100% Stainless Steel.
Production 1974 cases
Markets California

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The Character

Overall Juicy & Bright
Aromas Honeysuckle, ripe melon, and freshly cut grass
Mouthfeel Chalky texture creates depth
Tasting Notes Honeysuckle, ripe melon, and freshly cut grass kick off the nose of this bottling. The flavor profile overflows with juicy fruit character, while the mid-palate has great continuity thanks to a resolute acid profile. Chalky texture lingers in the background, creating depth.
Selling Point Elegant Paso Robles Rosé
Pairings Alongside elevated hors d’oeuvres or in a tumbler poolside.
Awards 90pts Wine Enthusiast
Sustainability Certified Sustainable
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About Hearst Ranch Winery

Brand Story

Jim Saunders dream of owning and farming his own vineyard became a reality with the acquisition of the ranch in 1992 with his wife, Debi. Soil testing and site evaluation began within a year. The arbuckle clay loam and sandy soils of these South and West facing hills were discovered to be ideal for farming wine grapes. The meso-climate of Eastern Paso Robles combined with the diversity in soil types and elevations made a perfect site to grow Bordeaux, Rhone and Spanish varietals - initial planting starting in 1993. In 2010 Steve Hearst and Jim Saunders began their business and personal relationship. As the saying goes, “a meeting of the minds” developed into this project – Hearst Ranch Winery.

Brand Story

Jim Saunders dream of owning and farming his own vineyard became a reality with the acquisition of the ranch in 1992 with his wife, Debi. Soil testing and site evaluation began within a year. The arbuckle clay loam and sandy soils of these South and West facing hills were discovered to be ideal for farming wine grapes. The meso-climate of Eastern Paso Robles combined with the diversity in soil types and elevations made a perfect site to grow Bordeaux, Rhone and Spanish varietals - initial planting starting in 1993. In 2010 Steve Hearst and Jim Saunders began their business and personal relationship. As the saying goes, “a meeting of the minds” developed into this project – Hearst Ranch Winery.

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