With the Snooth.com virtual tasting, you have a really great experience tasting wines along with other users around the world, sharing thoughts and tasting notes. Best of all, you get to watch a presentation and interact with Q&A with the wine makers that produced what you are enjoying! So now our second wine of the evening, the 2014 Uvaggio Rosato a lovely rose made from Cinsault.
The wine is a lovely vivid pink color in the glass. The nose expresses lovely notes of cherry, plum and rose petals. The taste is quite unexpected, with some bright berry notes up front that yield to tart cherry and some mineral notes of iron midpalate. The finish is quite nice but not particularly long, but quite dry. I'll admit that based on the color I was expecting a much sweeter wine, but nothing could be further from the truth. This wine is crisp, fruit forward, earthy and refreshing, ideal for summer drinking!
Overall I would rate this one a solid 7.5, it's a nice rosato, but for my tastes there are a number of lovely dry roses on the market right now that to me are superior. Tonight I am enjoying all of these great Lodi wines with some thin crust pizza with roasted veggies, but this one would also be great on a sunny afternoon on the patio with a caprese salad of heirloom tomatoes and aged balsamic. Cheers!