Unti Vineyards

Dry Creek Valley Grenache Mourvedre Rosé

9.1206 ratings
8.945 pro ratings
Dry Creek Valley, Sonoma County, California, USA
Grenache Blend, Mourvedre
Beef, Onion, Pungent Cheese, Hard Cheese, Lamb, Mushrooms, Pasta, Tomato-Based, Salami & Prosciutto, Pork, Venison, Chili & Hot Spicy, Potato, White Rice, Onion, Shallot, Garlic
Top Notes For
Jay Kline

Such a refreshing Rosé on a hot day here in Geyserville. From a previously unknown to me producer in Dry Creek. Organic, mostly dry farmed, and specializing in Mediterranean varieties. The inspiration for this Rosé is Bandol which I get but this reminded me more of Tavel. Regardless, both are complimentary.

Such a refreshing Rosé on a hot day here in Geyserville. From a previously unknown to me producer in Dry Creek. Organic, mostly dry farmed, and specializing in Mediterranean varieties. The inspiration for this Rosé is Bandol which I get but this reminded me more of Tavel. Regardless, both are complimentary.

Jul 24th, 2019
Sommelara

Old 2005 vintage passed its time lost its fruitiness became earthy with no acidity. Drinkable but no enjoyable!! Sad!

Old 2005 vintage passed its time lost its fruitiness became earthy with no acidity. Drinkable but no enjoyable!! Sad!

Jan 11th, 2019
Cameron Hoppas

So delicious, excellent with the pesto, goat cheese and chili flake in our pasta. Rich stonefruit and floral aromas. Full bodied, mineral, slightly smokey. Great structure had me craving some cured meat. As close to Bandol as you'll find outside of Bandol.

So delicious, excellent with the pesto, goat cheese and chili flake in our pasta. Rich stonefruit and floral aromas. Full bodied, mineral, slightly smokey. Great structure had me craving some cured meat. As close to Bandol as you'll find outside of Bandol.

Mar 31st, 2018
Erik Helms

Sommelier/Wine & Beer Buyer Whole Foods Oakland

9.1

Love these complex rosés. Gets that blast of watermelon, cherry, and incredible acid and ends with a very well textured, savory and lengthy wine. Worth the $30+

Love these complex rosés. Gets that blast of watermelon, cherry, and incredible acid and ends with a very well textured, savory and lengthy wine. Worth the $30+

1 person found it helpfulMay 18th, 2020
Lauren McCall

Amazing rosé: very refreshing, almost slightly carbonate when first open. Light, dry, great compliment for a lovely summer evening

Amazing rosé: very refreshing, almost slightly carbonate when first open. Light, dry, great compliment for a lovely summer evening

1 person found it helpfulMay 17th, 2014
William Allen - Two Shepherds

Owner/Winemaker Two Shepherds

9.4

2012 Unti Rhone rosé - tasting wonderful, bright & vibrant

2012 Unti Rhone rosé - tasting wonderful, bright & vibrant

1 person found it helpfulFeb 18th, 2014
Tom Riley

A perennial favorite. Fruit, texture, acid, and finish all clicking in sync. This is an attention-grabber. $28. 14.1% abv. (Well integrated!)

A perennial favorite. Fruit, texture, acid, and finish all clicking in sync. This is an attention-grabber. $28. 14.1% abv. (Well integrated!)

Jul 4th, 2017
Tom Riley

Solid start to finish. More savory than floral. Good acid and concentration. More American pinks should strive for this sort of depth.

Solid start to finish. More savory than floral. Good acid and concentration. More American pinks should strive for this sort of depth.

Jul 19th, 2015
Zachary Leinberger

Solid rosé. Electric, mouth-tingling acidity.

Solid rosé. Electric, mouth-tingling acidity.

Jul 15th, 2015
Alex Crangle

Assistant Winemaker Balo Vineyards

10

Everything I love about rose.

Everything I love about rose.

Jul 13th, 2015