Ultraviolet Wines Sparkling Rosé
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Region: Mendocino, California
Grape variety: 100% Pinot Noir
Ultraviolet Wines Sparkling Rosé is refreshing, zesty, and highly sippable, made only with organically farmed grapes and a small amount of sulfur.
Song: Explode by The Cardigans
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ABOUT THE PRODUCER
About Ultraviolet Wines Sparkling Rosé
Ultraviolet Wines Sparkling Rosé is an homage to the California climate where winemaker Samantha Sheehan grew
up – it is a pure expression of fruit ripened under the California sun. Her rosé is refreshing, zesty, and highly sippable, made only with organically farmed grapes and a small amount of sulfur.
This wine is 100% Pinot Noir from the Manchester Ridge vineyard on Mendocino Ridge. ManchesterRidge sits at a 2,000-foot elevation above Anderson Valley, 400 feet above the fog line. These grapes have a longer hang time, allowing them to develop complex flavors and nuances. The cool, steady temperatures also allow the grapes to maintain acidity.
The finished base wine is added to stainless steel pressurized tanks and then inoculated for secondary fermentation. The sparkling fermentation takes 6 weeks to complete charmant method fermentation at 48 degrees. Samantha then allows it to age on the lees in the tank for 8 weeks before bottling.
About Ultraviolet Wines
Ultraviolet is a Cabernet Sauvignon and sparkling rosé made by Samantha Sheehan in Napa, California. The current vintage of Ultraviolet Cabernet is comprised of 95% Cabernet Sauvignon from the Red Hills AVA, and 5% Cabernet Franc from Coombsville in Napa Valley. Just recently she added a sparkling rosé to the lineup. Both wines are made in an artisanal manner, without any additives other than a judicious amount of sulfur.
Samantha has created and grown two other brands, POE Wines and Mommenpop Spirits. She was named one of Food & Wine Magazine’s “15 Women to Watch in Wine,” and has been featured in Bloomberg, Wine & Spirits Magazine (Best New Spirits with Mommenpop), the San Francisco Chronicle, LA Times, and many other publications