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Long Shadows Julia’s Dazzle Rosé

$24.00

2 in stock

Vintage: 2022
Region: Horse Heaven Hills, Washington
Viticulture: Sustainable
Grape varieties: 100% Pinot Gris

Long Shadows Julia’s Dazzle Rosé dazzles with Mirabelle plum, white peach, powdered sugar, and citrus aromas, plus hints of white sage. Crisp acidity backs tangy pink grapefruit and pink lemonade flavors. The highlight is the herbal flavor reminiscent of lemon-basil granita with honey.

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ABOUT THE PRODUCER

About Long Shadows Julia’s Dazzle Rosé

Long Shadows Julia’s Dazzle Rosé dazzles with Mirabelle plum, white peach, powdered sugar, and citrus aromas, plus hints of white sage. Crisp acidity backs tangy pink grapefruit and pink lemonade flavors. The highlight is the herbal flavor reminiscent of lemon-basil granita with honey. Pinot Gris grapes from select Columbia Valley vineyards were left to hang until they developed a bright tint, then gently pressed and the clarified juice slowly fermented at cool temperatures to retain its intensely vibrant aromatics and flavors.

About Long Shadows Winery

Following a distinguished 20-year career leading Chateau Ste. Michelle, its affiliate wineries, and Washington wines to international prominence, Allen Shoup retired to establish Long Shadows in 2002, the most ambitious and personal project of his storied career. Unwavering in his commitment to growing the global reputation of Washington wines, Allen also envisioned a family winery of his own. He knew Long Shadows was the path to achieving both goals, provided he could find a winemaker with the talent, creativity, range, and technical ability to pilot the project. Gilles Nicault proved to be that winemaker. He has been with Long Shadows since its inception, working alongside Allen to refine the vision for the project and collaborating with a team of all-star vintners to craft wine from their signature grape.

Allen took inspiration for Long Shadows from his good friend and mentor Robert Mondavi, whose Opus One collaboration with Baron Philippe de Rothschild furthered the prestige of Napa Valley. Inspired by the idea of international partnerships and fortunate to enjoy industry friendships spanning the globe, Allen envisioned a more complex alliance to highlight the quality and diversity of Washington vineyards. He easily recruited a dream team of winemakers. The talent pool was deep, but the winemakers were all new to Washington vineyards. To succeed, Allen knew he needed boots on the ground, someone who enjoyed strong working relationships with the Columbia Valley’s best growers and was excited by the challenge of working with a divergent group of winemakers.

 

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