Las Jaras Rosato
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Region: Mendocino County, California, United States
Grape varieties: Sangiovese, Dolcetto, Barbera, Negroamaro, and Montepulciano
Las Jaras Rosato has a delicate nose and subtle notes of wet stones, star anise, tangerine, and yellow nectarine. A long and puckering finish.
Song: Strawberry Letter 23 by Shuggie Otis
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About Las Jaras Rosato
Las Jaras Rosato is the second vintage of this blend, the perfect rosé to drink at twilight. It is a rich, softly textured wine that drinks more like a fine white wine than your typical pale pink, feather-light rosé. This wine has a deep strawberry color and an appealing heft – perfect for that moment when you transition from the pool to the dinner table for a candlelit, alfresco meal.
The 2020 Rosato has a delicate nose and subtle notes of wet stones, star anise, tangerine, and yellow nectarine. The palate shows red plum, yellow nectarine, quince, and silky round tones, and has a long finish that gives a slight pucker and leaves you thirsty for another sip. This wine is going to be lovely all the way through winter, and if you can resist the temptation to drink it all, it will be lovely when aged for longer than a year. As they say in our favorite country in the world: Buon vino fa buon Sangue! (Good wine, good health!)
About Las Jaras Wines
Joel Burt and Eric Wareheim are the winemakers behind Las Jaras Wines. At Las Jaras, their goal is to make delicious wine that has tons of energy and balance. Joel and Eric want the wines to be vibrant, delicate, and supple all at the same time while also being food-friendly and easy for anyone to enjoy. The wines are designed to reflect the unique terroir of the vineyards using minimal intervention so you can taste their natural, rhythmic expression. If you are not used to drinking wines made this way, the experience can be a revelation.
Las Jaras’ lighter wines can elevate your daily experiences. Bring the elegant bubbles of their sparkling wine to your best friend’s engagement party. Nestle the Rosato into your backpack for a trip to the park to watch an epic sunset. Pair the chilled Glou Glou with a margherita pizza to make takeout tastier.
The medium-bodied reds pair with deep savory meals and create thought-provoking moments. A holiday dinner includes a conversation about Carignan. The Cabernet Sauvignon is brought to your favorite restaurant to share a taste with your server. “Does this remind you of 70’s Napa?” And the popular Sweet Berry Wine demands an explanation, inspires stories, and creates joy.