Stinson Vineyards

Mourvédre Rosé

9.12 ratings
9.12 pro ratings
Monticello, Central Region, Virginia, USA
Mourvedre
Pasta, Beef, Chili & Hot Spicy, Hard Cheese, Lamb, Potato, Mushrooms, Salami & Prosciutto, Pork, White Rice, Tomato-Based, Pungent Cheese, Venison, Onion, Shallot, Garlic
Top Notes For
Michael Chelus

Cherry, strawberry, cream, raspberry, cranberry, slate and hints of lime zest. Great acidity and balance.

Cherry, strawberry, cream, raspberry, cranberry, slate and hints of lime zest. Great acidity and balance.

Jul 2nd, 2018
Dezel Quillen

Stinson Vineyard 2017 Rosé of Mourvèdre (SRP $20): This rosé is the epitome of an enjoyable, food-friendly wine. A brilliant pink hue, it leads with a core of soft red fleshed fruits—namely watermelon and strawberry, followed by fresh-cut rose petals, citrus peel, and a trace of savory herb. In the mouth, it’s light-bodied and poised, rounded out by a zesty, saline-laced acidity. Fruit was sourced from Farmer’s Rest Vineyard in Henrico Virginia and Horton Vineyards in Gordonsville, Virginia. Produced from 100% Mourvèdre, the fruit from Horton was planted by the late Dennis Horton in 1988. Mr. Horton planted some of the first Rhone grapes in Virginia, including Viognier, Marsanne, Roussanne, and many other varieties that went on to be widely popular in the state. To learn more about Stinson Vineyards and find their wines, please visit stinsonvineyards.com. Cheers! #vawine #wine #Mourvèdre #rosé #drinkpink #pinksociety #pinkwine #winelover #winewriter #wineblogger #roséallday #myvinespot

Stinson Vineyard 2017 Rosé of Mourvèdre (SRP $20): This rosé is the epitome of an enjoyable, food-friendly wine. A brilliant pink hue, it leads with a core of soft red fleshed fruits—namely watermelon and strawberry, followed by fresh-cut rose petals, citrus peel, and a trace of savory herb. In the mouth, it’s light-bodied and poised, rounded out by a zesty, saline-laced acidity. Fruit was sourced from Farmer’s Rest Vineyard in Henrico Virginia and Horton Vineyards in Gordonsville, Virginia. Produced from 100% Mourvèdre, the fruit from Horton was planted by the late Dennis Horton in 1988. Mr. Horton planted some of the first Rhone grapes in Virginia, including Viognier, Marsanne, Roussanne, and many other varieties that went on to be widely popular in the state. To learn more about Stinson Vineyards and find their wines, please visit stinsonvineyards.com. Cheers! #vawine #wine #Mourvèdre #rosé #drinkpink #pinksociety #pinkwine #winelover #winewriter #wineblogger #roséallday #myvinespot

Sep 7th, 2018
Mike Smith

Owner/Winemaker Myriad Cellars

9.1

Mike had this 3 years ago

Mike had this 3 years ago

May 4th, 2018