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Ryme Aglianco Rosé, Clarksburg 2021 (750 ml)

Ryme Aglianco Rosé, Clarksburg 2021 (750 ml)

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With its striking acidity, powerful fruit and firm tannins, Aglianico can make a beautiful, aromatic yet serious rose. Heringer Vineyard is located in Clarksburg AVA. With the rich alluvial soil, the modestly warm days and the cool breezes winding through the nearby Delta, the Aglianico struggles here to accumulate much sugar. Rather than dark and brooding, the fruit retains more delicacy and brightness.


At picking the grapes had around 20 brix and very high acidity. It was immediately whole cluster pressed to minimize color extract. It fermented without additions in stainless steel and neutral wood.

Tasting Notes:

The 2019 Aglianico Rose is a beautiful pale pink color with crystalline aromas of tiny red strawberries and fresh grapefruit rind. The delicacy of the color and aromatics belie the sneaky concentration of the wine. The palate opens with snappy acidity and finishes with expansive power.

About the Estate

Ryme Cellars is a collaboration of husband and wife with old world sensibilities, as well as admiration for California's terroir and sunny disposition. Our portfolio of wines has grown gradually and organically since 2007, beginning with a single ton of Aglianico. The varieties may be rare or unusual but none of them are a mere curiosity for us. Rather, they represent wines that we love, drink often, and truly believe in the potential for success in their chosen sites. Our wines come from conscientiously farmed organic or sustainable vineyards. They are produced according to simple methods. The wines are always encouraged, never controlled. We use no cultured yeast, no temperature control, no enzymes or other adulterants. We do not fine or filter. The wines are raised in used French oak barriques between 2 and 10 years old. Many of the reds are fermented on the stems. Many of the whites are fermented on the skins.

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