2017 Rosé - HELLO SUMMER! Think salty sweat from a day at the beach, ice cold watermelon juice, and fresh cut peaches. This rosé goes down so easy, you’ll feel like you’re getting away with something. Fruity and bright but far from basic, it can be enjoyed on it’s own or with food.
Winemaker, Cameron Stoffell, named his brand Ultima Tulie because it represents surpassing our self-imposed limits. Take a bottle of this Rosé with you on your next journey to get a taste of how Cameron wants you to experience this wine!
Winemaker - Cameron Stoffell
Vintage - 2017
Varietal - 50% Syrah (Jespersen Vineyard), 25% Petite Sirah (Kukula Vineyard), 25% Mourvedre (White Cliffs Vineyard)
Appellation - Central Coast
Vineyard - Jespersen, Kukula and White Cliffs
Alcohol - 13.7%
Case Production - 48
Barrel Regimen - Fermented and aged for 6 months in two neutral French Oak barrels.
Fun Facts- The Petite Sirah grapes from Kukula Vineyard are dry farmed on the west side of paso. Dry farming is a technique grape growers use to get a very concentrated, flavorful grape, rather than a watery, flabby grape that comes from overwatering. Dry farming is a practice of relying only on natural annual rainfall for growing grapes, that means no extra watering or irrigation!