Vin Gris

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2006 Vin Gris (Dry Rosé)
Anytime we want a lovely, dry, thirst-quenching wine for a BBQ, an aperitif, or just relaxing on a nice summer day outside, we reach for a rosé. In the past, that’s meant a rosé from some winery in the south of France, but we’ve often thought that we’d like to recreate something similar from grapes here, since California has climactic conditions much like southern France. So, we’re proud to announce that we’ve made a whopping 75 cases of lovely, pink, rosé wine from lots of Petite Syrah and Zinfandel from the Dry Creek Valley: the 2006 Dashe Cellars Vin Gris.
2008 Vin Gris (Dry Rosé)
This is the second Vin Gris that we’ve made at Dashe Cellars, and we’re completely bowled over by it. It is certainly right on target: an eminently drinkable, complex, sumptuous rosé with an extremely long finish, that is beautiful to look at and even more lovely to drink.
2009 Vin Gris (Dry Rosé)
We admit it. We love Vin Gris. Maybe it’s the wonderful strawberry-red color, maybe it’s the refreshing fruit flavors, and maybe it’s the crisp acidity. It’s the kind of wine that you can just pop open and enjoy for the simple beauty of the flavors, as an aperitif, or with a light meal.
2010 Vin Gris (Dry Rosé)
While you can’t buy happiness, you can buy our 2010 Vin Gris for $10 a bottle right now! This Grenache-based rosé is a fantastic wine, with a wild strawberry nose, a crisp, bone-dry structure, and a long elegant finish and right now it's also almost 30% off! Note that club discounts do not apply, and all orders must be for whole cases. Just order your case and enter the coupon code VG2010.
2011 Vin Gris (Dry Rosé)
Nothing says Spring or Summer to us as much as a nice, crisp, dry rosé on a bright sunny day. It just elevates your mood to pop the cork and have that beautifully colored wine splash into a glass, emitting all those aromas of strawberry, wild cherry, spice, etc. It’s an absolutely perfect way to start out a meal or a great wine to have with lighter fare—let’s say a salad and some bread and cheese.