Mourvèdre is a rare grape to be grown in California. They produce four distinct bottlings from this grape: two rich, red table wines, a dessert wine and this Rosé. It has hints of pomegranate, cherry and plum.
Don't you just love the color? Cline Cellars' Mourvèdre Rosé is made in the style of a white wine, meaning the grape skins are removed by pressing before the fermentation begins. The result is that is the wine picks up just a small amount of color and a little of the tannins. You can find this wine for about $14 a bottle in retail locations like Total Wine.
You can "Like" Cline Cellars on Facebook to keep up with up-to-the-minute news and photos from their winery. I love using the Instagram app and so does Cline Cellars - they always post gorgeous photos from the winery (like these below), making me wish I were there in person!
If you are so lucky as to be planning a trip to Napa in your near future, here is the info on visiting their winery.
Cheers! And Happy #WW!
*Instagram photos are from Cline Cellars' Facebook page.