Delicato Family Vineyards has added a rosé to its Noble Vines Collection.
The 2016 Noble Vines Vine Select 515 Rosé releases nationally this month. The suggested retail price is $14.99 per 750-ml. bottle.
“Rosé continues to gain momentum, and the Noble Vines consumer is aligned perfectly with the category,” says Chris Indelicato, president and CEO of Delicato Family Vineyards, in a press release. “The primary Noble Vines Consumer is comprised of affluent urban and suburban Millennials both male and female, which is the growth sweet spot for the Rosé varietal.”
Crafted with grapes grown in the valleys along the California Coast, Noble Vines 515 Rosé is a composition of grenache layered with syrah and other aromatic varietals. The fruit is harvested early and cool-fermented in stainless steel tanks to preserve freshness, the company says.
Noble Vines Rosé stands out in the growing rosé set with a “clear, flared-bottom bottle to highlight the wine’s light salmon-pink color, and a die-cut label featuring ornate silver foil reflecting the high quality and a celebratory flair,” the company says.
Noble Vines includes a portfolio of wines named for the vine selections originating in Bordeaux, Burgundy and Napa. Vine selections are matched to family-owned estates in Monterey and Lodi, California and are sustainably farmed. The portfolio includes the 337 Cabernet Sauvignon, 667 Pinot Noir, 181 Merlot, 446 Chardonnay, 242 Sauvignon Blanc, and TheOne Black red blend.