2011 Rosé of Pinot Noir
California: Sonoma County
The Garden Party
We are pleased, today, to introduce Agent Flora. When she’s not leading our customer service team to ensure Operative (customer) happiness, or directing company operations, she’s helping to sleuth out fine wines. She loves a great rosé or an earthy red.
Today’s 2011 Thomas Henry Rosé of Pinot Noir satisfies on so many levels. This wine has enough complexity on the nose and palate to make it really interesting.
The dark color of the wine indicated to our whole tasting panel that delightful flavors and aromas were soon to be enjoyed. We were were not disappointed; the wine is truly delicious.
The low price of this wine makes it an easy choice for your garden parties or lazy Sunday afternoon picnics. Today’s dreamy rosé of Pinot Noir is an incredible value that we recommend very heartily.
Beautiful dark hues of red hibiscus flower, with perfectly even coloration from core to glinting edge.
This wine leads with a sweet rush of wild strawberry. This is followed by jasmine flower, dried red rose petal, cherry and subtle Madagascar vanilla bean.
Really lush with flavors of hibiscus tea, wild strawberry, rose pelargonium tea, white cherry juice, Turkish dried apricot.
Long, lush and delicate, with fruit flavors diminishing very slowly. At the very end, the most subtle hint of white pepper persists.
Serve in the sunshine with veggie kabobs with a lemon thyme marinade, a delightful chicken salad or an artichoke pizza.