2018 Charles And Charles Rosé

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$12.99

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Winemaker Notes

The color is pale salmon with flashes of a coppery pink. The aromatics lead with notes of wild raspberry and cherry, giving in to bright citrus, Herbs de Provence and lavender. There’s a strong note of rose petal as well. All this carries through on a broad, almost creamy mid-palate and finally a tangy bright finish.

Blend :71% Syrah, 17% Cabernet Sauvignon, 5% Mourvèdre, 4% Grenache, 2% Counoise, 1% Cinsault

Wine Enthusiast 90 Points

About Charles and Charles

The most intriguing wines live at the intersection of Old World and New World winemaking. A modern rosé built on centuries of heritage in Provence. An old-school rosé crafted from New World dirt in Washington State. Each has its own character, its own persona. The point is to share ideas and energy and passion across regions to create soulful wines that speak to their terroir. I’m Charles Bieler, and I’ve been making wine this way for more than 20 years.

When I decided to try my hand at winemaking in Washington State, I knew exactly who to enlist: renowned winemaker Charles Smith. We launched our joint venture with a Washington-grown rosé, inspired by my Provençal roots, ultimately kick-starting the American rosé movement. Charles & Charles has always been about two guys turning Washington’s old-school dirt and New World fruit into a true original. We’ve been at it for over a decade now, crafting wines that still honor the terroir of Columbia Valley.

2018 Charles And Charles Rosé

$12.99

3 in stock

Country

Size

Vintage

Categories: ,

Winemaker Notes

The color is pale salmon with flashes of a coppery pink. The aromatics lead with notes of wild raspberry and cherry, giving in to bright citrus, Herbs de Provence and lavender. There’s a strong note of rose petal as well. All this carries through on a broad, almost creamy mid-palate and finally a tangy bright finish.

Blend :71% Syrah, 17% Cabernet Sauvignon, 5% Mourvèdre, 4% Grenache, 2% Counoise, 1% Cinsault

Wine Enthusiast 90 Points

About Charles and Charles

The most intriguing wines live at the intersection of Old World and New World winemaking. A modern rosé built on centuries of heritage in Provence. An old-school rosé crafted from New World dirt in Washington State. Each has its own character, its own persona. The point is to share ideas and energy and passion across regions to create soulful wines that speak to their terroir. I’m Charles Bieler, and I’ve been making wine this way for more than 20 years.

When I decided to try my hand at winemaking in Washington State, I knew exactly who to enlist: renowned winemaker Charles Smith. We launched our joint venture with a Washington-grown rosé, inspired by my Provençal roots, ultimately kick-starting the American rosé movement. Charles & Charles has always been about two guys turning Washington’s old-school dirt and New World fruit into a true original. We’ve been at it for over a decade now, crafting wines that still honor the terroir of Columbia Valley.

Winemaker Notes

The color is pale salmon with flashes of a coppery pink. The aromatics lead with notes of wild raspberry and cherry, giving in to bright citrus, Herbs de Provence and lavender. There’s a strong note of rose petal as well. All this carries through on a broad, almost creamy mid-palate and finally a tangy bright finish.

Blend :71% Syrah, 17% Cabernet Sauvignon, 5% Mourvèdre, 4% Grenache, 2% Counoise, 1% Cinsault

Wine Enthusiast 90 Points

About Charles and Charles

The most intriguing wines live at the intersection of Old World and New World winemaking. A modern rosé built on centuries of heritage in Provence. An old-school rosé crafted from New World dirt in Washington State. Each has its own character, its own persona. The point is to share ideas and energy and passion across regions to create soulful wines that speak to their terroir. I’m Charles Bieler, and I’ve been making wine this way for more than 20 years.

When I decided to try my hand at winemaking in Washington State, I knew exactly who to enlist: renowned winemaker Charles Smith. We launched our joint venture with a Washington-grown rosé, inspired by my Provençal roots, ultimately kick-starting the American rosé movement. Charles & Charles has always been about two guys turning Washington’s old-school dirt and New World fruit into a true original. We’ve been at it for over a decade now, crafting wines that still honor the terroir of Columbia Valley.