Pearls & Kicks Rosé

$17.99 / bottle
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Pearls & Kicks Rosé
Pearls & Kicks Rosé
Pearls & Kicks Rosé
Pearls & Kicks Rosé
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Pearls & Kicks Rosé

2020 – Medium-bodied dry rosé

Light neon pink; medium body. Nose of white flowers, crushed red berries, watermelon rind, melon flesh, and golden delicious apples with a hint of stone fruits. Good fresh structural acidity, good weight, feel and extraction. This rosé tastes as it smells, dominated by crisp red berry and juicy melon rind with good length of flavors and length of finish.

$17.99 / bottle

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Food and wine getting clever together

Popcorn with truffle oil and sea salt, sharp cheeses, spring rolls, salads, flaky white fish, fish tacos, truffle mac and cheese, shrimp, egg and cheese casserole, roasted vegetables, turkey dinner, Teriyaki chicken, baked brie, soft pretzel bites, potato chips, crab rangoon, quiche, melon wrapped in prosciutto, deviled eggs, lobster, crab, salmon, grilled sausages, fruit tarts, brie cheese baked in phyllo dough, strawberry ice cream drizzled with balsamic vinegar

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Quick Facts

Varietal
Varietal

79% Syrah, 21% Pinot Gris

Alcohol
Alcohol

12.7%

Vintage
Vintage

2020

Region
Region

Washington

Winemaking
Winemaking

The Saignée method was used for the Syrah component, a method of rosé winemaking that involves “bleeding” off a portion of red wine juice after it's been in contact with the skins and seeds. All temperature controlled stainless steel, no oak contact.

Washington

Washington

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Why We Love It

Slay All Day, and Then Rosé.

Dedicated to the hustlers and the dreamers that wake up every day with purpose. This dry, classically crisp pink drink sports juicy fruit flavors of wild berry, watermelon, and citrus. This one’s for you.

What people are saying about Pearls & Kicks

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Renee Mountz
Sep. 2, 2021
OH YUM!

Pair this with Hawaiian chicken kabobs... oh my yumminess