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100% Rosé of Pinot Noir from Carneros. This Napa Valley rosé is made from vines planted in the early 1980's that over the years have produced some of the regions most celebrated wines.
Right next to the San Pablo bay (northern extension of San Francisco bay), Carneros is a perfect cool climate for Pinot Noir. This is the area where Napa legend Andre Tchelistcheff convinced George de Latour of Beaulieu Vineyard to plant Pinot Noir in the 1940s. Warm days with cold foggy nights, Carneros is the last place to see the sun each day as the Napa Valley fog burns off from North to South.
Whole Cluster pressed and fermented using champagne yeast, this wine was made the right way to produce a delicate, refreshing and mouthwatering rose. Summer is back at Acheson!!
While we like to drink Rosé all year long, the name was coined by Charles Irving Scott (age 10) while eating a honey ham sandwich on a Saturday afternoon. While listening to a brainstorming session, Charlie blurted out "Three Seasons Rose!" When asked why, he said "Because when you drink it in the Winter it would be called "Frozé!" Classic and a chip off the old block. Thanks Charlie!
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