The wine shop
Thornton Winery’s Brut Rosé sparkling wine has a light-garnet color, which results from the short amount of time it was in contact with the grape skins. The grapes were hand-harvested and hand-sorted prior to undergoing whole-cluster pressing. Following the primary yeast fermentation, the wine underwent a second ferment in the bottle using the traditional champagne method. The bottled Rosé remained en Tirage for an extended period that was followed by riddling, disgorging and finally dosage. You’ll appreciate its complex aromas and flavors along with a lingering finish.