JNSQ release ROSÉ CRU, a varietal comprised of 52 percent Grenache, 21 percent Pinot Gris, 20 percent Syrah and 7 percent Viognier. Described as “summer in a glass,” the wine features a touche of tropical fruit and hints of white peach, accentuated with notes of red fruit, apple, savory herbal and white wine floral notes, the company says. ROSÉ CRU’s appellation takes place in California, producing the final product at 12.5 percent alcohol by volume. It is available nationwide in 750-ml collectible bottles with a pearlescent rose cap for a suggested retail price of $29 a bottle.
JNSQ, Paso Robles, Calif.