Take a look at the story behind the Rosé, and why Winemaker Carrie couldn't say no to this outstanding wine. You can also see how we bottle our wine with love.
It's a beautiful day, to make a rose (transcript)
First, the harvested fruit goes onto the shaker table. Then we pull out leaves and other things that should not go into the wine.Then the grapes are shaken on to the elevator, which takes them up to the destemmer. The destemmer separates the stems from the good stuff. Some winemakers "crush" the fruit at this time, but we decided to keep it whole for this rose. Next it's into the press where the juice gets pressed out from the grapes. Now it will go into fermentation!