Yes way, rosé. Big Table Farm's Laughing Pig Rosé 2015 is fragrant with hints of strawberry and spice, with a balanced mid-palate burst of cherry pie and umami. A sparkle of acidity is the finishing touch of each sip, inviting the drinker to savor another taste or pair it with a bite of something spectacular.
Oenophiles may be interested to learn how winemaker Brian Marcy makes this beautiful and versatile rosé. From Big Table Farm's tasting notes, "We made the 2015 rosé with a Saigné that was placed on top of an equal amount of whole cluster fruit and allowed to soak and slowly start to ferment for several days. This was then pressed and transferred to neutral barrels. As we have always done, the 2015 LPR was fermented to dryness with malolatic complete and bottled unfiltered."
This wine scored a blush-worthy 91 points from Josh Raynolds of Vinous.