Temps and Rose Inventories Are Dropping
by Matthias Amyotte
With the end of August fast approaching and temperatures beginning to dip, very quickly our favorite rosés of the year are drying up. Among the favorites that have sold out are Copain, Bedell, Olivette and Nigl. Ration what you have left and definitely don’t water the lawn.
In this month’s Wine Club, we featured the Van Duzer Rosé of Pinot Noir from the Willamette Valley and our club members drank most of it up. Now you have an opportunity to water your palate with the best “sleeper” rosé of this season. Act now on this special offer.
Van Duzer Rosé of Pinot Noir 2015
Regular Price - $25.00 the bottle
Special Offer - $23.00 the bottle, $250 the case
Located in the picturesque micro-climate of the Van Duzer Corridor, Pacific breezes influences the vineyards creating the coolest region in the Willamette Valley. Fitting then that the beauty Zephyr, the goddess of the west wind from Greek mythology, adorns the label. She is commanded by the god of the winds Aeolus, giving the Eola hills their name. Ripe strawberries and raspberries with a hint of green pepper. Silky tannins frame the pomegranate flavors with a flinty note ringing out.
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