Jolie-Laide Wines 'Rosewood' Rose 2019
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Old Vine Valdigui (circa 1940s) organically grown in the Redvine Series sandy clay loam soils of the Buddha Dharma Vineyard, City of 10,000 Buddhas in Ukiah. Picked early to preserve acidity and whole cluster pressed to a combination of stainless, concrete and neutral oak for spontaneous fermentation and subsequent six month elevage.

Bright bitter orange and grapefruit citrus, strawberry, fennel with a Campari-like quinine appeal.
Item ID: #37167
Size: 750mL (wine)
Closure: Cork
Alcohol by vol: 11%

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Winery Notes
Old Vine Valdigui (circa 1940s) organically grown in the Redvine Series sandy clay loam soils of the Buddha Dharma Vineyard, City of 10,000 Buddhas in Ukiah. Picked early to preserve acidity and whole cluster pressed to a combination of stainless, concrete and neutral oak for spontaneous fermentation and subsequent six month elevage.

Bright bitter orange and grapefruit citrus, strawberry, fennel with a Campari-like quinine appeal.

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Jolie-laideJolie-Laide is a one-man operation based in a Sebastopol winery where winemaker Scott Schultz makes only 500 cases of wine a year under his own label. The name Jolie-Laide translates loosely to "Pretty-Ugly", a French term of endearment to describe something that is unconventionally beautiful. Scott makes some of the most unique and highly sought-after wines in California that are true to their name.

Scott's passion for wine was ignited when moved to Napa from Chicago in 2007. Having had extensive experience in the restaurant business, he switched gears upon his arrival in California to lead the wine program at Thomas Keller's Bouchon. Working a harvest and as a cellar master are a few of Scott's many achievements. He now works with Wind Gap, Ryme Cellars, and formerly Arnot-Roberts. They all share both a winemaking space and similar philosophies in discovering unconventional beauty. Scott Schultz does what he loves, and he does it well. It shows!

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