2013 Edmunds St. John Gamay Rose Bone Jolly El Dorado County
Producer: Edmunds St. John Style: Rose Grape Type:Gamay Origin:California Region: Other California Appellation: Sierra Foothills
90 Points | International Wine Cellar , May/June 2014
Pale pink. Musky, mineral-laced aromas of strawberry, white flowers and
tarragon. Silky, dry and seamless, with the floral and red fruit
qualities carrying on the palate. Plenty of flavor here but with a
distinctly light touch. Finishes clean, brisk and long, with a
bitter blood orange quality adding cut. This lithe pink wine is made entirely from
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