Skip to main content Accessibility Help
San Simeon Paso Robles Grenache Rosé Wine*Packaging may vary

San Simeon Paso Robles Grenache Rosé Wine

Pink Wine /14.1% ABV / Paso Robles, California, United States

Enter a delivery address


Rosé Wine

United States flag
Paso Robles, California, United States

Tasting Notes

Fruity

Fruity

Dark Fruit

Dark Fruit

Acidic

Acidic

Melon

Melon

Apricot

Rich

Round

ABV

14.1%

Food Pairing

Cured Meats, Fish - White, Fruit - Sweet

Features

Eco-Friendly


Product description

Our San Simeon Rose is 100% Grenache from our Stefano Vineyard in the celebrated El Pomar appellation in Paso Robles. Stefano is ideally suited to Grenache, with warm daytime temperatures balanced by cool afternoon breezes flowing through the Templeton Gap. Our Grenache – clone 362 - is planted in the heart of Stefano, less than four acres surrounded by steep hillsides filled with rocks of all shapes and sizes. At the winery, we removed the juice from the skins quickly in order to preserve freshness and imbue a lovely, light pink color. After fermentation the wine rested in tank for several months prior to bottling. This salmon-pink wine is redolent of summer fruits, with perfumed notes of melon, plum and apricot. On the palate mature fruit flavors persist with complementary notes of orange hibiscus. With a rich, round body and moderately high acidity, this is a beautifully structured wine with a long, satisfying finish. Sustainability is a top priority at San Simeon. Our Paso Robles Vineyards are certified sustainable by the rigorous California Sustainable Wine Alliance (CSWA).

View all products by San SimeonCalifornia Residents: Click here for Proposition 65 WARNING

Community reviews

This product doesn't have any reviews yet. Be the first to leave one!

FAQs

Like white and red wine, rosé is a broad category of wine that is based on its blushing reddish-pink color. Rosé can be made from any red grape grown from any region with popular types including grenache, pinot noir, sangiovese, syrah, and carignan. In Spain, rosé is called rosado and in Italy it is known as rosato. 
A common myth is that all rosé wine is on the sweet side, and while there are certainly some that are quite sweet, you can find alternative styles with very little sweetness.  
When you taste a bottle of rosé, expect a combination of fruity and bright flavors like raspberries, citrus, flowers, and strawberries. A typical rosé will tend to be on the sweet side, but not overly so. 
This is a wine that pairs well with everything. Think salads, roasts, sushi, and fish dishes.
Enter a delivery address