2012 Schloss Hallburg Rosé

SKU #1129271

Schloss Hallburg is a very old Franken estate, coming into the ownership of the von Schönborn family in 1806. Schloss Hallburg has been a VDP member since 1986 and farms all of their grapes biodynamically. The estate is planted with 8% Pinot Noir, their only red grape, of which this rosé is made. The wine is deeper in color than most rosé wines, and features a cherry-driven fruit profile that is easy-drinking and would pair beautifully with spicy food.

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