Bonny Doon Vineyard

Vin Gris De Cigare Rosé Grenache Blend

9.010 ratings
9.03 pro ratings
California, USA
Grenache Blend
Beef, Onion, Pungent Cheese, Hard Cheese, Lamb, Mushrooms, Pasta, Tomato-Based, Salami & Prosciutto, Pork, Venison
Top Notes For
"Odedi"

This is a nice Rosé from Central Coast. Light peach in color and easy drinking with lots of fruit notes.

Medium-bodied with medium plus acidity. Dry on the palate and nicely balanced.

Showing citrus, lemons, green apples, light strawberries, peaches, apricots and minerals.

A nice wine to sip on by the pool. Good by itself or with food. Exactly what you want from a Rosé by the pool.

A blend of Grenache, Grenache Blanc, Vermentino, Cinsault, Picpoul and Clairette Blanche.

13.5% alcohol by volume.

88 points.

$16.

This is a nice Rosé from Central Coast. Light peach in color and easy drinking with lots of fruit notes.

Medium-bodied with medium plus acidity. Dry on the palate and nicely balanced.

Showing citrus, lemons, green apples, light strawberries, peaches, apricots and minerals.

A nice wine to sip on by the pool. Good by itself or with food. Exactly what you want from a Rosé by the pool.

A blend of Grenache, Grenache Blanc, Vermentino, Cinsault, Picpoul and Clairette Blanche.

13.5% alcohol by volume.

88 points.

$16.

Aug 18th, 2020
Randy Fuller

This pink wine’s nose is dominated by strawberry, melon and tropical notes. Graham says a suggestion of cassis and grapefruit is possibly a function of the cooler 2019 vintage. On the palate, the wine has heft, a discernible weight I don’t usually find in rosés. There is a creaminess, too, owing to the time it spent sitting on its expended yeast cells. The savory hallmarks of Graham’s wine’s shine through, but the fruit is the star. Despite the full mouthfeel, acidity is quite fine. The finish is lengthy and somewhat citrusy.

This pink wine’s nose is dominated by strawberry, melon and tropical notes. Graham says a suggestion of cassis and grapefruit is possibly a function of the cooler 2019 vintage. On the palate, the wine has heft, a discernible weight I don’t usually find in rosés. There is a creaminess, too, owing to the time it spent sitting on its expended yeast cells. The savory hallmarks of Graham’s wine’s shine through, but the fruit is the star. Despite the full mouthfeel, acidity is quite fine. The finish is lengthy and somewhat citrusy.

May 9th, 2020
Michael Chelus

Cherry, strawberry, cream, raspberry, lemon candy, watermelon and slate. Great acidity and balance.

Cherry, strawberry, cream, raspberry, lemon candy, watermelon and slate. Great acidity and balance.

Apr 29th, 2020
V
9.1

Not sweet and not tart. Just right. Monterey Market

Not sweet and not tart. Just right. Monterey Market

Sep 22nd, 2020
A. R.
8.9

One of the best Rosés for the money, year after year. Bright fruity strawberries and watermelons on the nose, saline and minerals added in the mouth. Medium long finish. At 14 bucks, a steal.

One of the best Rosés for the money, year after year. Bright fruity strawberries and watermelons on the nose, saline and minerals added in the mouth. Medium long finish. At 14 bucks, a steal.

Sep 16th, 2020
Ryan Colthorp

Very light rose. Great berries. Amazing for the pool on a hot central coast day.

Very light rose. Great berries. Amazing for the pool on a hot central coast day.

Jul 10th, 2020
Jillian

Fruity sweet balanced

Fruity sweet balanced

Jun 3rd, 2020
Lauren Young

Loved this, interesting like a Chardonnay on the end

Loved this, interesting like a Chardonnay on the end

May 8th, 2020
Heidi

Heidi had this a month ago

Heidi had this a month ago

Sep 6th, 2020
Jeff Christner

Jeff had this 5 months ago

Jeff had this 5 months ago

May 24th, 2020