Wolffer Estate Long Island Summer in a Bottle Rose 2022
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Wolffer Estate Long Island Summer In A Bottle Rosé 2022 is the quintessential embodiment of a high Hampton summer, meticulously crafted by winemaker Roman Roth. With a striking bright copper hue, this rosé captivates the eye and sets the stage for an exquisite tasting experience. The aroma exudes elegance, offering clean fruit notes reminiscent of ripe pears and crisp apples, elevated by a luxurious ripeness. Upon the first sip, the palate is treated to a lively and vibrant mouth-feel, accompanied by delightful spiciness and a rich texture adorned with fine tannins. The wine’s liveliness is complemented by a classic minerality and a touch of salinity, creating depth and character.
This dry rosé boasts a savory profile and a lingering finish, where creamy yeast and delicate chalk notes intertwine harmoniously. Crafted in the Long Island, New York appellation and proudly produced and bottled in Sagaponack, New York, this exceptional rosé is the epitome of a perfect summer wine. Serve it chilled, whether as a standalone delight or a versatile companion to a wide array of culinary delights. Wolffer Estate’s Summer In A Bottle Rosé 2022 offers a sensory journey to the Hamptons’ vibrant, sun-soaked season, bottled for your pleasure.
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Nestled along the eastern coast of the United States, Long Island has emerged as a captivating wine destination with a rich history dating back to the 1970s. Recognized as an American Viticultural Area (AVA) in 2001, Long Island comprises two distinct sub-AVAs, the North Fork and the Hamptons, situated at the eastern tip of the island. Spanning 110 miles from the East River to the Atlantic Ocean, this region benefits from a maritime climate influenced by surrounding bodies of water, leading to cooler summers, milder winters, and extended growing seasons. The sandy, glacial soils found here provide excellent drainage and heat retention, fostering ideal conditions for grape cultivation.
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