Parley vu Rose Wine
Crisp, Clean, Fruit Forward Dry Rose
100% Frontenac Gris; Deardorff Vineyards
1 Competition Medals: 1 Gold
Wine Tasting Notes
This is a medium dry, clean crisp Rose that has notes of strawberry, choke cherry, cranberry and watermelon rind.
This Rose looking wine is made entirely from the white grape Frontenac Gris. The Frontenac Gris is a mutation of the red grape Frontenac and the grape skin has maintained some of the pigment of the red grape making it look gray/amber in color.
Wine Maker's Notes
We destem and crush Frontenac Gris grapes, transfer them to Macro bins where they ferment on the skins for just short of 4 days. We press them off the skins and finish the fermentation in Stainless Steel tanks. We gently rack the wine and twice filter before final blending adjustments. The wine is finished with 1.75% residual sugar. While the resulting wine looks like a Rose, it is actually an Orange wine, a category of blush wines created from white grapes.
Wine Technical Data
Alcohol: 14.3% pH: 3.45 TA: 9.2 %RS: 1.75%
Our very own winery dog Smokey!
Parley Lake Winery enters four of its wines in the largest American wine competition in the world. Results in two gold medals and two silver medals.
Parley Lake wines bring home 27 medals from national and international wine competitions in 2016.
Parley Lake's Frontenac Blanc is being called a "stunner" among MN wines. Read more.
Parley Lake Winery brings home two Gold, two Silver and four Bronze medals at the Mid-American Wine Competition held July 8 - 10, 2016 in Iowa.
Our Winemaker Steve Zeller, along with his wife Deb and Parley Lake Winery, is featured in the current issue of Southwest Metro Magazine.
Get your Parley Portrait done by resident artist Deb Zeller. Here most Saturdays/Sundays this season.