Garnet red in color, with aromas of black cherry, plum, tobacco, tomato leaf, blue-violet, and the desert at sunset.
Mission is a red grape, made like our other red wines, where we ferment with the skins to extract color. Mission vines, however, produce large bunches with large berries. The berries' large size leads to a sizeable juice-to-skin ratio, which creates a pale red wine with soft acid and balanced tannins.
The inspiration for Desert Nights Rosé comes from all the colors of the magical desert sunsets that engulf us during harvest. With a color reminiscent of the Organ Mountains during golden hour. This dry Rosé draws you in with aromas of fresh pomegranates, strawberry, and pink peony roses while bursting with flavors of ripe melon, cranberry, and blueberries lingering to a soft, easy-drinking finish.
Desert Nights Rosé, like sunsets in the desert, is best enjoyed while sitting back, not thinking too much and just taking it all in.
This pale straw-colored wine bursts with flavors of peach, mandarin orange, and citrus zest finish. Well-balanced acidity and depth of flavor keep this wine from being too sweet. Perfect for sipping anytime, it pairs perfectly with a variety of foods, from spicy Asian dishes to your favorite street tacos, hot from the truck.
Once you pour yourself a glass, the worries of today will fade away, as there is always Mañana, or it can wait until Mañana.
It is a grape that grows smaller berries, which gives us a larger skin to juice ratio (opposite to Mission grape) and leads to the dense color and higher tannin.
Dense, dark red in color, with aromas of black fruits, blackberry & black cherry, baking spice, anise, leather, dark chocolate/mocha, gravel along with the aroma of the desert at sunset.
Medium fruit weight and an intense structure on the palate with flavors of blackberry, blueberry, dark chocolate, with lingering velvety tannins and a touch of saltiness on the finish.
Deep ruby red in color, with aromas of Blackberry, Blueberry, strawberry, dark chocolate, leather, spice, herbaceousness (tomato leaf, basil, clove), vanilla, and the desert at sunset.
This is a dry wine. Recently bottled, this young wine currently is very fruit-forward and with time, the fruit will gradually mellow.
A juicy palate with flavors of blackberry, plum, strawberry, with long velvety tannins and a salty kiss on the finish.