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Rose Wine of the Year For Restaurants Goes To 2019 Sin Banderas from United States

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14/09/2020 The 2019 Sin Banderas Rose is an awesome value comprised of Grenache, Syrah, Mourvedre, and Cinsault. With a kiss of sweetness, this reveals a soft texture alongside minerals and bright red fruits.

The 2019 Sin Banderas Rose has won rose wine of the year by bottle and also by the glass at the 2020 Sommeliers Choice Awards. On-premise wine buyers and sommeliers who are looking for the best wines that would make a thrilling addition to their wine list must check out the winning wines of 2020 Sommeliers Choice Awards. 

The second edition of the Sommeliers Choice Awards, where wines are judged by sommeliers, wine directors and on-premise wine experts is pleased to announce you the winners of the 2020 competition. The Sommelier Choice Awards provides on-premise buyers and sommeliers a valuable benchmark for understanding which wines would make a compelling addition to a wine list.

The wines are judged in five categories: food parability, typicity, quality, value, and packaging. The judges ask: would I stock this wine, and is it good enough for customers to order a second glass? Wines are graded out of 100, with only those above 95 points winning the coveted Double Gold award. There are also category awards, with best in show given to white, red, sparkling, rose, and an overall winner every year, by the bottle and by the glass – reflecting how wine is presented in restaurants.

Sommeliers are also encouraged to check the top 100 wines from SCA results.

The 2019 Sin Banderas Rose is an awesome value comprised of Grenache, Syrah, Mourvedre, and Cinsault. With a kiss of sweetness, this reveals a soft texture alongside minerals and bright red fruits. This is awesome wine for a hot summer day.

Sin Banderas

Sin Banderas was founded on a simple concept: a handful of friends from different places around the world that shared a passion for travel and the art of winemaking. Our intention is to craft high quality, ultra-small batch wines that bring delight to both the nose and the palate. By keeping our quantity small, we're able to focus our energy on giving the maximum amount of care and attention to our craft, from hand-harvesting our grapes to using guaranteed TCA-free corks.

Here are some of the restaurants that stock Sin Banderas wines.

Here are some food recommendations and menu tips from the winery for wine directors and sommeliers.

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Sin Banderas

Tasting notes

Sin Banderas is excited to announce the arrival of our 2019 Rose! This dry & fruity wine is comprised of syrah, mourvèdre, cinsault, and grenache.
 
This delicately off-dry rose is both sly and playful. Delicate pink hues are complimented generously by aromas of strawberry and tropical fruits. The palate opens with a shy tartness that evolves into fruity yet florally forward rich experience, followed by a crisp and clean finish. 

Alcohol 13.0%
pH 3.05
TA 7.26 g/L
Cases Produced: 110

6 months in steel drums

Sommeliers and Wine Directors can contact the winery directly for orders.
+1 707-656-3114 and https://www.sinbanderaswines.com/

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