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Rosa-Lucca 2017 Rose Giuliana | Silver El Dorado County Fair

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"Giuliana"  2017 Rosé
This dry Rosé is very enjoyable on its own, a good choice year round, and pairs well with a wide variety of menu options.


 


AROMA: Strawberry, raspberry, nectarine, hint of citrus.
PALATE: Strawberry, watermelon, pomegranate, nectarine.
ESTATE GROWN: ABV 13.7%
SILVER MEDAL WINNER El Dorado County Fair, 2018


 



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    Rosa_Lucca Estates  - Best Cool, CA wines"Giuliana"  Rosé 2018 El Dorado County Fair Silver Medal
    This dry Rosé is very enjoyable on its own, a good choice year round, and pairs well with a wide variety of menu options. For summer dishes—think vinaigrette salads, grilled meats and vegetables, and lighter fare. For winter dishes— think Thanksgiving dinner, pasta with hearty tomato sauce, spicy bbq, and curry dishes.

    The Story of Giuliana:
    This 2017 Rosé wine commemorates a most pecial event for Rosa-Lucca Estates. Not only does it celebrte our first Rosé wine,  but it also ushers in rthe first member of the 4th generation in the RLE family with the birh of our first grandchild: a sweet baby gitl- Giuliana Desiree. And amongst all these firsts, this wine was released in her first year! She has already been helping Grandmama to make a Rosé wine to call Giuliana, with infinite love and devotion to our grand-daughter.

    AROMA: Strawberry, raspberry, nectarine, hint of citrus.
    PALATE: Strawberry, watermelon, pomegranate, nectarine.
    ESTATE GROWN: ABV 13.7%
    SILVER MEDAL WINNER El Dorado County Fair, 2018


    VINEYARD MANAGEMENT TODAY:  Meyers Ranch Vineyard Management
    We use best management practices for sustainable farming. Cover crops, soil amends, and fertilizers help to rejuvenate the soil. Drip irrigation and underground water monitors help to minimize and regulate water use. Regular visual inspections for erosion control, with special attention to identifying beneficial bugs, birds, and insects are managed and maintained. Crop loads are assessed each season and fruit is thinned as necessary. As they say— great wine starts in the vineyard!