Made using the saigneé method, our 2012 Sonoma Coast Rosé is Pinot Noir-based, but blends juice from seven different red varietals resulting in a startlingly complex wine. It was partially barrel-fermented and aged for eleven months in neutral oak, giving it finesse and a soft, round mouth feel. In the glass it shows off a pretty pale cherry color and enchanting aromas of rose petal, pomegranate, raspberry and basil. Creamy yet refreshing, like following a fruit salad with strawberry shortcake for dessert, this mouth-watering rosé demands that you pour another glass. Serve just slightly chilled with a salad of figs, prosciutto and arugula, wild king salmon, or by itself as an aperitif.