2016 Dry Creek Valley Rosé

Rosé is a new addition to the Mathew Bruno portfolio of wines with the release of the 2016 rosé in Spring 2017.  Venturing west of the Napa Valley, Mathew Bruno discovered ideal grapes for Rosé in neighboring Sonoma County. The Mathew Bruno 2016 Dry Creek Valley Rosé is a blend of Grenache, Colombard, Mourvedre, Petite Sirah and Zinfandel, inspired by the classic coastal rosé wines found in Provence, France.

Our dry Rosé offers pleasurably fruity aromas of white peach, melon and citrus. The palate delivers a rich experience of strawberry, honeydew and pomegranate flavors, accented by a beautifully crisp acidity. The mouthfeel is supple and velvety, followed by a savory finish.

The Mathew Bruno 2016 Dry Creek Valley Rosé is the ideal addition to our collection of wines. The 2016 Rosé is ready for your enjoyment today and for years to come.

Alcohol 13.69%
Titratable Acidity 6.11 g/L
pH 3.39
Glucose/Fructose 0.0 g/L
AVA Dry Creek Valley
Case Production 219
Price Per Bottle $26.00