Syndrome Rosé 2019
Syndrome Rosé 2019 is combined from red varietals from Calistoga, Napa Valley and Carneros. The wine opens with aromas of watermelon, fresh strawberry, white peach and flint. It’s followed by flavors raspberry with minerality which leads to a bright lingering finish.
About the Winery
In 2000, Dave Phinney founded the Prisoner Wine Company in St. Helena, California. Phinney would sell the winery to Huneeus Vintners in 2010. In 2016 Huneeus Vintners sold the winery to Constellation Brands, which is the parent company of Robert Mondavi Winery along with 50% ownership of Opus One.
Tobin’s Review 3 out of 5
Syndrome Rosé 2019 has a rose gold hue with aromas of candied apple. The wine is soft and dry with flavors of raspberry, cranberry and cherry followed by hints of melon. The finish is very dry and raspberry is the predominant flavor in this wine.
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