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Kramer Vineyards 2014 Rosé of Pinot Noir, Yamhill-Carlton, $22
Kimberly Kramer recently released one of the top sparkling rosés of the season, and her still version produced from her parents’ estate is just as brilliant. Aromas of strawberry/watermelon candy are joined by dusty peach, red currant, cherry, raspberry and fresh mint. They are followed by stunning flavors of fresh strawberry and raspberry. It’s bright, lengthy and complex with refreshing Montmorency cherry acidity, cranberry and even a bit of tannin. It’s presented deliciously dry, and look for this at her family’s tasting rooms in Carlton and Gaston.
Production: 100 cases