The Guzzable Wines You Need to Quench Your Thirst this Summer
By Tyler Zielinski
The Manual -- August 3, 2020
If there is one thing a wine must do during the warmer months of the year, it is quench thirst...
The 2019 vintage of the Endless Crush Rosé, produced by the Inman Family, is made entirely from their “Sonoma County Sustainable” certified Olivet Grange estate fruit. Inspired by rosés from the famed French wine region, Provence, the wine is intentionally produced — as opposed to being a byproduct of making red wine — which adds complexity and a distinct flavor profile.
The wine is structured and ripe with acidity, but lower in alcohol, clocking-in at 12% ABV, which makes easy to drink. The pale pink hue will entice you to take your first sip, but the flavors of fresh Summer fruits are what will get you guzzling it down: ripe strawberries, watermelon, lemon pith, a hint of rose petal, and a delicate brininess that is common with wines from California’s Russian River Valley appellation. For the price of $38, it’s a steal.