2015 Channing Daughters Long Island Rosso Fresco

SKU #1296437

From the winery: "Rosso Fresco is an easy-going red blend whose varieties and proportions change with each vintage. The 2015 version is comprised of 47% Merlot, 30% Blaufrankisch, 10% Dornfelder, 10% Syrah and 3% Cabernet Franc. There are aromas and flavors of blackberry, black raspberry, black cherry, black plum, black current, spice, earth and some roasted meat! This dry red wine is medium bodied, has moderate alcohol, balanced acid, very soft, silky tannins and a juicy persistent finish. Rosso Fresco is a playful, full-flavored, fun, friendly red wine that pairs well with pastas and just about any fish, fowl or four-legged food you serve with it. The 2015 Rosso Fresco has a Long Island AVA and is made from hand-harvested grapes from both the North and the South Forks... All the grapes were de-stemmed, crushed by foot and punched down by hand. Our 2015 Rosso Fresco was fermented wild/ambiently and was not fined and filtered once. The wine spent eight months in all older oak barrels before bottling. Our 2015 Rosso Fresco is a very versatile red wine and will bring you year-round pleasure."

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Other Red Wines

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United States

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New York

- Grape production is a significant part of this North Eastern state's agricultural economy. New York produces more wine than any other state in the US, with the exception of California. The wine market in New York City is also one of the world's most competitive, and this has inspired the growth of many small, private wineries throughout the state's producing regions (Finger Lakes, Lake Erie, and the Hudson River). Another interesting development is the introduction of an entirely new region along the eastern end of Long Island.