A salmon-colored rosé from an American grape variety, Zinfandel, pleasantly fruity, long and soft on the attack, with a fresh, berry fruitiness, a presence of red berries (strawberries) and nuances of cassis on the palate, a backbone of discreet bitterness and full aromas that extend this wine.
The red Zinfandel grape is grown mainly in California. It has ranked among the top five varieties in the United States since 1919. It has been popular since this time both as grapes to be consumed as is as well as for table wine production. Nowadays, it has such an important reputation and it is so sought after that it is considered a noble grape variety.