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The first premium, “Méthode Provencale” California Rosé. Elan Fayard founded Azur Wines, and became the first producer to bring the true and authentic Provencale technique of rosé wine production to the United States. Since the first vintage in 2007, Azur Rosé has been comprised of grapes selected and harvested for 100% dedicated rosé wine production.
The wine greets you with a delicate nose which hints at strawberry, white peach, and golden raspberry. The very first sip shows the finesse of this wine.
Predominantly Pinot Noir, we've blended in a touch of Chardonnay to lift the fruit profile. The distinct creaminess of this wine is undeniable. Lush in floral aromatics, it is aged longer in barrel and in bottle giving it a rich savory edge with curious depth of flavor and complexity. Unfortunately we won't have access to these grapes in the future but are very pleased with how stunning this wine has become over time. It is ready to drink now, but will develop into something even more intriguing with age.
Their signature critter is back for its fourth year! As the statewide drought continues to challenge our growers, less water means smaller berries. However, it also means greater concentration of flavor. Their Albariño from Gomes Vineyard is electric in freshness, luscious with ripe tropical fruit, yet light on the palate. We feel that the 2021 vintage has amplified these characteristics, making it the best version of itself to date.
This spring beauty offers notes of nectarine, honeysuckle and tangerine with a clean, fresh acidity finish. Aromas of white peach, raspberry and florals with a touch of mint. Whole cluster pressed Provence style aged 7 months in stainless steel.
Notes of raspberry, stone fruit, rose petals, and subtle herbal accents on the nose. The palate is full of bright red fruit, citrus zest, and a chalky minerality. The richness of the texture and mid-palate is supported by refreshing acidity through the finish. This a versatile wine that can complement a wide range of foods including spring vegetables, salmon, shellfish, and roast chicken or pork.
Dusty link pink color with orange hues shows off this rosés Provençal inspiration. A blend of Grenache and Mourvèdre provide complex floral notes of rose petal and jasmine and lead to crisp rush of citrusy grapefruit and cucumber water. Beautiful and balanced structure and mouth feel is held together by a wet stone like minerality. Serve really cold (45 F) to highlight this rosés zingy and palate satisfying acidity. Unlike many rosés, this wine will continue to evolve over the next 5 years.
The wine has a bright nose of fresh peach and ripe citrus. The palate reveals notes of Honeydew melon, plum, and Blood orange. The 2020 Riley’s Rows Rosé is delightful on its own but has the character and depth of flavor to pair with food. It can be enjoyed on the pontoon boat or with a duck confit salad at a top restaurant.
Clear and bright, pale salmon pink. Inviting aromas of fresh ripe strawberries, fleshy plum and Pink Lady apple with subtle salinity and hints of mint and white pepper. Juicy white peaches and Rainier cherries are pronounced on the palate while the fresh acidity evokes lemon tart. Enjoy immediately if not sooner!