Pinot Duetto Rosé Can
13.4% alc. / vol.
Same terrific wine available in bottles or cans!
Blend: Pinot Blanc, Pinot Noir. We never disclose our blend percentages it’s our secret recipe!
This delightful rosé is darker and less sweet than many rosés showcasing an enticing nose of black cherries, fresh raspberries and wild Okanagan herbs. It’s smooth on the palate and has big on flavours of red berries with savoury herb accents and plenty of juicy acidity on the finish. This is the winery owner’s choice for dog walking in the vineyard, every hot day and some not so hot days too! Meant to be served chilled but if it warms up in your glass, or can, it still tastes wonderful it just tastes more like a red wine as it warms.
Brix: 00.0 °Bx
Total acid: g/L
Residual sugar: ~ 00.0 g/L
Body - Medium Body
This delightful rosé is darker and less sweet than many rosés showcasing an enticing nose of black cherries, fresh raspberries and wild Okanagan herbs. It’s smooth on the palate and has big on flavours of red berries with savoury herb accents and plenty of juicy acidity on the finish.
Sweetness: Dry (0)
The Castoro de Oro Estate Vineyard, was planted with viniferous grape vines in 1980, though for over 40 years previous to that it was a table grape vineyard. There are still a few of the extremely old table grape vines on our property, one of which is at the entrance to our wine shop. Our vineyard has a unique soil combination from alluvial deposit, southeast aspect with excellent exposure to sunshine resulting in full flavour and aroma development. The vineyard slope with the lake at the foot, providing excellent frost drainage, keeps the vines safe from late spring or early fall frost problems, allowing the grapes to ripen fully. The vines are planted to the foot of a mountain, which provides evening shade, resulting in a rapid cool-off during summer, which prevents the grape acids from dropping and results in a fine balance between ripe, sweet fruit and firm, clean acidity. All of which is an ideal foundation for growing superior grapes. White and red grapes grow equally well in this class one grape growing terroir and enables the production of terrific wines of many types in a wide range of styles.
Specific Postal Codes: V0N* V8K*
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