90 pts James Suckling April 2021
Pale copper color with aromas of cherry, apple, grapefruit zest and hints of mushroom. It’s medium-bodied with bright acidity and a savory, fresh finish. Drink now.
The fruit is harvested by hand and whole bunches pressed directly. The resulting juice was cold settled overnight, racked and inoculated. Once fermentations starts the must is transferred to used French oak barrels to complete fermentation. The wine is then sulfured and racked back to
tanks and kept in tank on the fine lees until ready for filtration and bottling. 1.650 cases produced.
Pinot Noir is an all-time favorite for wine lovers, and in Casas del Bosque we began producing a Rosé of this variety in 2018. It belongs to our Botanic Series family, a line characterized by wines that showcase abundant and exquisite fruit. The vines come from red, iron-rich granitic soils, in a vineyard located on the coolest, westernmost part of Casablanca Valley. Planted on hillside blocks facing from northeast to northwest, these grapes grow just 18 kilometers away from the Pacific Ocean.
This Rosé is crafted with an elegant and fresh style, to be enjoyed at any time.
“Pale pink color reminiscent of onionskin. Delicately fruity with hints of strawberries, watermelon and wet stone.
Bone dry, with ample body and refreshing acidity”.