Showing a ruby core with a light red rose rim at the edge of the glass. Scents of moist potting soil, clay, and candied red fruits with a lingering note of moth balls. In the mouth this medium bodied wine is plush and gives way to ripe red strawberries, raspberries, minerals, and a light thrust of red Twizzlers that lingers lightly on the palate. This has been quite the experience, but I must admit that I am CRUSHED that Mike Etzel has given up making his rose for this more expensive bottling.
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