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2020 Forlorn Hope 'Queen of the Sierra' Rosé, CA

$24

blend of Zinfandel, Grenache, and Tempranillo from Calaveras County in eastern California. Notes of tart cranberry & watermelon, a touch of tart hibiscus, and rose hips; It's juicy, electric, and downright chuggable.

Matthew Rorick’s and Danielle Shehab’s Forlorn Hope project is named after a Dutch military expression ‘verloren hoop', which references a band of soldiers charging head-first into enemy lines. All about the underdog, they create wines that embody the spirit of going for broke no matter the odds. Their Queen of the Sierra label showcases wines that are organically and estate grown, hand-harvested, and fermented spontaneously with native yeasts. None of the wines are filtered or fined. And all of the Queen of the Sierra wines are natural: Rorick never adjusts the wines by adding or taking anything out, he never uses oak for aging (it can distract form the natural flavors and aromas of the wines), and he uses only minimal amounts of sulphur.

2020 Forlorn Hope 'Queen of the Sierra' Rosé, CA

$24
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