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The Jenny Dawn Cellars 2017 White Wine is a blend of Gewürztraminer, Pinot Gris and Vignoles. The wine is light bodied, straw in color with aromas and primary flavors of citrus, tropical fruit, pineapple, green grass and celery. The White Wine is bright, refreshing and crisp.

 

 

Interested in learning more about wine blends? Here's a great article that discusses why winemakers choose to blend wines. 

The Jenny Dawn Cellars 2017 Rose’ Wine is a blend of Tempranillo Rose’ and Cabernet Sauvignon Rose’. The wine is light bodied, rose gold in color with aromas of violets, white flowers, citrus, melon, watermelon, and rhubarb. The Rose’ was made by using the saignée method. During the first few hours of making a red wine, some of the juice is bled off and put in a vat to make rosé.

 

 

To learn more about the different styles of Rosé, check out this article.

The Jenny Dawn Cellars 2016 Chardonnay is a classic representation of a unoaked Chardonnay. It’s vivid, crisp and bright with lemon, lime and floral notes. According to the Wine Folly, “Unoaked Chardonnay is far closer to the zesty style of Pinot Gris or Sauvignon Blanc. Depending on how ripe the grapes were when picked, the flavor ranges from lemon and green apple (less ripe) to pineapple and figs (very ripe).”

To learn more about the different styles of Chardonnay, check out this article.

The Jenny Dawn Cellars 2016 Pinot Noir is light bodied, garnet in color with aromas reminiscent of red cherry and raspberry with a robust finish. According to Vinepair, “Pinot Noir is, without a doubt, the most romanticized red wine in the world. No other grape brings out such emotion and devout worship among its enthusiasts.” We look forward to sharing our Pinot Noir with the world!

To learn more about the Pinot Noir grape and wine, check out this article.