Three grapes, three terroirs, one flight: taste 3 natural rosés at Jaynes Tues-Thurs
Above: Reynald Delille, owner of Terrebrune, in his vineyards overlooking Bandol Bay in Provence, France.
3 naturally made, intriguing rosés, from three different terroirs,
California, France, and Spain
Mourvèdre grapes grown overlooking the bay of Bandol in France (Terrebrune), Garnacho grown in the famed Ebro Valley of Rioja Spain (López de Heredia), Pinot Noir farmed organically by the father of the natural wine movement in California (Sinskey).
Vin Gris (Pinot Noir) 2008 Robert Sinskey
(Carneros, Sonoma, California)
Bandol Rosé 2008 Terrebrune
(Bandol, Provence, France)
Rioja Viña Tondonia Rosado Reserva 1998 López de Heredia
(Ebro, Rioja, Spain)
TASTE ALL THREE WINES FOR JUST $16, TUESDAY THROUGH THURSDAY AT JAYNES GASTROPUB.
Guest sommelier Jeremy Parzen, Ph.D. will also be joining us to talk about the rosé flight and our special reserve list on Weds. and Thurs. nights!