50% Grenache 25% Cinsault 25% Carignan
    Santa Ynez Valley
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2018 Railsback Freres Les Rascasses Rosé

Railsback Frères (Eric Railsbeck known for a prominent role in the documentary Somm) ‘Les Rascasses’ rosé offers refreshing, fruit-forward notes of citrus and strawberry. Named after the fish that Provencal Queen Lulu Peyraud (of Domaine Tempier) herself and produced in California’s Santa Ynez Valley, Comprised of 50% Grenache 25% Carignane, and 25% Cinsault, and aged five months in neutral French oak. Fueled and inspired by the Railsback brothers’ love of Bandol rosé, this wine will not disappoint. 

2018 Hogwash Rosé

Hogwash rosé started when Tuck Beckstoffer was invited to a co-host a charity fundraiser featuring Southern barbecue with Chef Linton Hopkins, the Atlanta restaurateur and personal friend of Tuck and Boo’s. The two co-hosts were responsible for the dinner menu and Tuck thought it would be fun to create a wine especially for the event. Coincidentally Tuck had been experimenting with making rosé from a special Grenache vineyard in the Central Coast of California that he thought would be ideal for a rosé that paid homage to the rosés from the South of France and yet distinctly California in style. The reception to the wine at the event was so positive that he started making small quantities of the wine for distribution to the public.

Since the first release, the wine has been well received and has grown into one of the most sought-after rosés of summer!