The 2016 Disruption Rosé is sourced from vineyards in Washington State’s Wahluke Slope. The wine consists of mostly Syrah harvested from the Reed and Talcott Vineyards. Upon picking, the fruit goes direct to press - there is no maceration. This is important because Syrah is so heavily pigmented and will produce a lot of color very quickly. After pressing, a slow, cold fermentation preserves the elegant fruit qualities and aromatic nuances of this rosé. This Syrah is at its core, with Cinsault, Grenache and Mourvedre enhancing and balancing the finished wine. Light berry and citrus flavors emanate from this richly layered rosé. The wine is luscious and fuller in body than many domestic counterparts. Flavors of grapefruit dance on the palate and the finish is long lasting and dry.