Spanish for cypress, the Sabine River, Rio Sabinas, was named for the majestic stands of trees sheltering the diverse people living along the river’s edge.
The blending of such cultures inspired this cuvée of crisp sweetness of our estate-grown black and bronze muscadine grapes. Fruit-forward, this wine exudes cranberry and apples followed by subtle hints of honeydew, white flowers, and lime.
Our rosé flavors fall closer to the white side of things, so light, fresh foods are a surefire hit — think fish, seafood, and salads. But this rosé is no light spritzer — the strong fruitiness is enough to hold its own. Don’t be afraid to compliment with bold Louisiana dishes or an epic charcuterie spread.