Bright, slightly hazy orange-pink. Potent spice- and mineral-accented aromas of cherry and blood orange, with a suave floral overtone that gains strength with air. Juicy and precise on the palate, offering zesty red berry, bitter cherry and rose pastille flavors and a bracing jolt of citrus pith. Powerful yet lithe and precise, finishing with excellent clarity and thrust. In a racier style than the 2012 version of this singular pink wine, which is aged in oak for a year on its lees, and perhaps even more flexible with food than its older sibling. Either way, this is one of the most captivating roses that I tasted this year, and I suspect it will be even better in another couple years.
93/100 Vinous/Josh Raynolds