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Wine Lovers Have Endless Crush On Inman Intentional Rosé

By Dennis Sodomka 
Bottle Report -- July 18, 2020 

Kathleen Inman was ahead of her time when she began virtual wine tastings in 2007. The public might not have been ready for them back then, but now she is doing more virtual tastings than ever.

During a recent virtual tasting from her winery in the heart of Sonoma County’s Russian River Valley she kept things light and breezy, but packed with information about her delicious wines.

“My tastings are couch conversational,” she said. “Virtual tasting has transformed my business. People buy a three pack to get a tasting and then they like the wine. I’m working like a dog doing these tastings.”

The tasting I attended included a 2017 Russian River Valley Pinot Noir Special Blend ($68), which blends the best of Inman’s three single-vineyard bottlings as the winery’s premiere Pinot Noir offering. We also tasted Inman’s 2019 Endless Crush Rosé of Pinot Noir, OGV Estate ($38), a single-vineyard “intentional” rosé.

Both were outstanding.

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