Light rose pink color in the glass with a truly magnificent nose of fresh fruit and floral accents. Just by smelling this you know it’s more than a cut above. Tons of strawberries, nectarines, apricots. A hint of vanilla and cream.
When it comes to rosé there’s just so much crap flooding the market nowadays. All are similarly priced, with the resquisite pretty label and pretty bottle. They all taste just alike too. This has depth and personality to spare. You wouldn’t call this a porch pounder, you would say it’s elegant. Definitely not a fruit bomb. Rather, it’s clean and dry.
On the palate, it’s surprisingly fresh and lively. Peaches and cream, orange zest, and melon. More red fruits and crisp acidity. Really, really nice stuff. Reaffirms my faith. It’s no surprise that PYCM makes what is probably the best rosé around, is it? — 7 days ago
This is something! It needs time and air. And don’t drink it too cold, it will develop fantastic aromas for those who like oak. A bottle might be a bit much but a glass or two, count me in. — 17 days ago
Deep gold color with aromas of rich preserved lemon and beeswax with hints of buttered popcorn
Palate with bright lemon and broad luscious mouthfeel framed by perfectly balanced acidity. Maintained complexity over several hours. Still seems to have plenty of life left. Wish I had more — 10 days ago