68 cases produced. Normally, this time of year you'd see Pinot Noir rosé from our estate vineyard, however the 2022 vintage was anything but normal. A hard frost hit our home vineyard on April 15th causing a 50% loss in yield, so we dedicated all of our estate fruit to make our Pinot Noir blends. But if we've learned anything from farming it's that hardship can lead to opportunity given the right determination. Searching for a light red grape substitute, we looked north to "Washington's Pinot Noir" aka Grenache. A light bodied grape that is often made into mouthwatering rosés in the south of France. Red fruit driven with white pepper spice and a hint of salinity. Direct press into a combination of neutral French oak and stainless steel. A certain crowd pleaser this summer.