Wine Review - OVR Old Vine Rosé 2018

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Wine Review OVR Old Vine Rosé 2018
By: Carol A. Wilcox     Photo by: Paul Wilcox

OVR Old Vine Rosé is made from Syrah, Grenache Noir and Grenache Gris. Scot Bilbro, owner and winemaker at Marietta Cellars in California learned how to make wine from his father. Marietta produces different series of wines with the OVR series representing their dedication to producing affordable quality table wines.

The wine is pale pink in the glass with extremely mild aromas of pear, lemon and grass. On the palate, the wine is tart with plenty of acidity and minerality. The finish is smooth, long, dry and creamy. This California Rosé was aged in neutral oak for 3 months with weekly lees stirring. The grapes included in this wine were hand-picked from some of the oldest vines in California.

It’s a clean, refreshing warm weather wine perfect for sipping alone or with a charcuterie board or shellfish.

Details:

OVR Old Vine Rosé 2018

Marietta Cellars

13% alc.

Price: $15.00 - $18.00

Buy it here.

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