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    2022 Brown Estate "House of Brown" Rose (Lodi, CA) 3P


    Slightly more fruit and body thanks to warmer climates and riper grapes

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    2022 Brown Estate "House of Brown" Rose (Lodi, CA) 3P

    In a sea of rosé, "House of Brown" Rosé delivers a refreshing take on this beloved style of wine. 100% Zinfandel, your nose is immediately enveloped with aromas of jasmine, strawberries, raspberries, honeycomb, and baking spices. With each sip your palate is brought to life as the silky texture of this light bodied wine delivers refreshing flavors of light red fruit. This vegan friendly rosé is the perfect pairing on a warm summer day.

    About The Varietal


    Zinfandel, affectionately known as "Zin" in the United States, is a dark-skinned red wine grape variety extensively cultivated in California. It was introduced to the Americas from Europe in the early 19th century and quickly gained popularity in both Napa and Sonoma counties, where it continues to be a prominent and successful variety today.

    About The Producer

    Brown Estate

    Brown Estate Vineyards is the first Black-owned estate winery in Napa Valley. The estate is run by siblings Coral, Deneen and David Brown, on the farm their parents purchased in the 80s. The Brown family won an award from Napa County Historical Society for the restoration of these vineyards. And after watching their parents bring this farm to life, the Brown siblings decided to try their hand at winemaking themselves! Brown Estate was officially established in 1996 when they harvested what would become their first bottling of Brown Zinfandel - their flagship wine.


    Slightly more fruit and body thanks to warmer climates and riper grapes