How did Wölffer move a piece of France to Sagaponack? Though it’s made on the South Fork, this rosé has the finesse and delicacy to stand with the best French rosés, better than which there are none. Composed of Bordeaux and Burgundy varieties, it has a creamy mouthfeel, crisp red apple, cherry, currant, and raspberry fruit balanced by a richness from four months on the lees, with notes of yellow apple, pear, and peach to round it out. Slightly heartier than its Gallic relatives, it will pair well with steamed lobster, soft cheeses, and the beach.
VARIETY:49% Merlot, 30% Chardonnay, 9% Cabernet Sauvignon, 8% Cabernet Franc, 4% Riesling