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Cayuse Edith Grenache Rose 2020

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12.80% /
750ml /
Vintage: 2020
  • WE 93
  • JD 90
  • JS 92
  • OB 94
  • VIN 92
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Presenting the Cayuse Edith Grenache Rose 2020, a captivating wine that embodies the essence of summer in its pale pink splendor. Crafted under the watchful eye of winemaker Christophe Baron, this rose emanates an air of freshness and elegance that’s sure to delight the senses.

In the glass, the Edith Grenache Rose boasts a beguiling pale pink color, reminiscent of delicate blooms. The nose is a bouquet of redolent aromas, where the essence of ripe strawberries, succulent raspberries, and refreshing watermelon intermingle, adorned by subtle floral undertones that add a touch of allure.

Upon the palate, the wine dances with crispness and vitality. Its flavors unfurl like a summer breeze, showcasing the bright and juicy character of red berries. Amidst the fruit, a whisper of minerality adds a layer of sophistication and depth to the wine’s profile. This rose is a true testament to balance, evoking a sense of pleasure with each sip.

Earning accolades from esteemed critics, the Edith Grenache Rose 2020 has secured its place as a standout among roses. With 94 points from Owen Bargreen, it’s praised for its tangerine peel aromas, silky texture, and enticing flavors. Wine Enthusiast’s 93 points underline its exceptional balance and flavorful richness, while Jeb Dunnuck’s 90 points highlight its Provençal elegance and versatility. James Suckling and Vinous concur with 92 points each, celebrating its fresh and clean palate, nuanced complexity, and zesty acidity.

Sourced from 21-year-old Grenache vines in the Armada vineyard and aged with care in both concrete and stainless steel, the Edith Grenache Rose is a testament to the dedication of its makers. With its radiant hue, tantalizing aromatics, and vivacious palate, this rose captures the spirit of the Rocks District and the artistry of Cayuse Vineyards, inviting you to relish its charms now and over the next several years.

3 reviews for Cayuse Edith Grenache Rose 2020

  1. JD

    Sporting a medium salmon hue, the 2020 Edith Rose offers a classy, Provençal nose of wild strawberries, orange blossom, and chalky, mineral-like notes in a medium-bodied, balanced, elegant package. It’s crisp and refreshing, yet also has depth and will shine on a hot summer day as well as on the dinner table.

  2. JS

    Aromas of peeled red apple, orange rind and dry stone. Medium-bodied with a very fresh and clean palate. Pleasant mineral tones mix with lightly spiced fruit. From biodynamically grown grapes.

  3. OB

    This very paled colored 2020 Edith Rosé was aged in both concrete and stainless steel. Sourced from the Armada Vineyard, the wine takes on immediate appeal with tangerine peel aromas, alongside wet stone and suggestions of guava on the beautiful bouquet… White rose water, cranberry and orange zest flavors all tantalizingly combine, with a silky texture and beautiful length. Enjoy this incredible new Rose over the next five plus years. Drink 2022-2027.

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Critical Acclaim

WE 93
Wine Enthusiast
This is one of an extremely small number of rosés to come out of the Rocks District and is a consistent standout. A very visually appealing pale salmon color, the aromas offer notes of wet stone, strawberry, orange rind and herb. A hyper-flavorful, rich, exquisitely balanced, textural palate follows. It hangs on the finish—a complete stunner.
JD 90
Jeb Dunnuck
Sporting a medium salmon hue, the 2020 Edith Rose offers a classy, Provençal nose of wild strawberries, orange blossom, and chalky, mineral-like notes in a medium-bodied, balanced, elegant package. It's crisp and refreshing, yet also has depth and will shine on a hot summer day as well as on the dinner table.
JS 92
James Suckling
Aromas of peeled red apple, orange rind and dry stone. Medium-bodied with a very fresh and clean palate. Pleasant mineral tones mix with lightly spiced fruit. From biodynamically grown grapes.
OB 94
Owen Bargreen
This very paled colored 2020 Edith Rosé was aged in both concrete and stainless steel. Sourced from the Armada Vineyard, the wine takes on immediate appeal with tangerine peel aromas, alongside wet stone and suggestions of guava on the beautiful bouquet... White rose water, cranberry and orange zest flavors all tantalizingly combine, with a silky texture and beautiful length. Enjoy this incredible new Rose over the next five plus years. Drink 2022-2027.
VIN 92
Vinous
The 2020 Rosé Grenache Edith first impresses with its pretty pale pink verging on copper color. A nuanced mix of wild strawberries, savory herbs, and wet stone forms in the glass. This is supple and round, with a zesty core of citrus-tinged acidity giving way to white cherries and pretty inner florals complicated by saline minerality. The Edith leaves sweet rose tones and hints of hard red candies to linger while tapering off remarkably fresh. The Edith is sourced from 21-year-old Grenache vines in the Armada vineyard

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