2020 Sokol Blosser Dundee Hills Estate Rose Of Pinot Noir
2020 Sokol Blosser Dundee Hills Estate Rose Of Pinot Noir from Sokol Blosser uses 100% Pinot Noir grapes to produce this classic dry Rose. Crisp and vibrant, this wine features aromas of white peach, jasmine and spring rain. Nectarines, fresh melon and bright acidity are prominent on the palate with a lingering rhubarb flavor on the finish.
Pairs nicely with salads, light pasta dishes and fish — try a roasted beet salad topped with goat cheese and pistachios accompanied by crab cake sliders and a cheese board for dessert.
Sokol Blosser: For 47 years – even before there was an Oregon wine industry – the Sokol Blosser family has been perfecting Pinot Noir. Since founders Susan Sokol Blosser and Bill Blosser planted their first vines in 1971, the family has pursued winemaking excellence through environmentally friendly techniques. Today, situated on a certified organic 85-acre property in the Dundee Hills appellation, and farming another 43 acres of vineyards in Dundee Hills and Eola-Amity Hills, B Corp-certified Sokol Blosser remains committed to a sustainable approach. This respect for nature has consistently captured the terroir of the region, showcasing its essence through the brilliance of its estate fruit.
Now with the second generation of Sokol Blossers at the helm, the winery is poised to enter a new millennium of winemaking and sustainability under the guidance of CEO and Co-President Alison Sokol Blosser, along with winemaker and Co-President Alex Sokol Blosser. As the new generation continues the legacy of Sokol Blosser’s founders, the focus remains on crafting exemplary wines through sustainable methods. It’s no mere coincidence that such practices have had the happy consequence of enhancing the excellence of Sokol Blosser’s Pinot Noir. In addition to the official recognition received for its environmental practices, Sokol Blosser has consistently won recognition for its quality wines. Being good to the earth – farming, buying and building through the lens of sustainability – is really about paying attention to and respecting the details. There is no other way to make great Pinot.