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2022 Nero d’Avola Rosé – Little House Vineyard

Vibrant color with hints of pomegranate and strawberry.
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Little House Vineyard . Mokelumne River AVA

The first thing you will notice of the 2022 Nero d’Avola Rosé is the vibrant color. Made using the saignée method, the wine retains structure and flavor from contact with the skins. Aromas of fresh pomegranate, red current and a hint of strawberry carry over to the palate. Velvety texture and long finish make this wine easy to enjoy.

Farmed responsibly and validated with dual certification through The Lodi Rules and California Sustainable Winegrowing Alliance (CSWA).


Technical Details

SOIL COMPOSITION Tokay Fine Sandy Loam
VINEYARD PHILOSPHY Certified Sustainable
TRELLISING Open Vertical Shoot Positioning
ACRES 6.72
LOCATION 38°08’13.3”N, 121°19’57.5”W
HARVEST DATE September 1, 2022
AGING Stainless Steel
BOTTLE DATE January 31, 2023
TA 5.4 g/L
PH 3.10
RS 1.8 g/L


Region: Lodi

Appellation: Mokelumne River

Vintage: 2022

Alcohol: 13.5%

Production Notes

From an earlier than average budbreak to widespread frost, the 2022 growing season was one of extremes. Late April frost brought significant damage to the Clarksburg appellation, while Lodi was largely spared. Windy spring days, contributed to loose clusters during fruit set, which is good for wine quality. Harvest began on August 1st and after the majority of our white varietals were off the vine, an intense heat wave settled into the San Joaquin Valley. Our teams harvested at night, carefully managing each vineyard with an eagle’s eye, ultimately finishing on October 25th with Petit Verdot. We’re proud to bring you the 2022 vintage that certainly did not come without it’s challenges, but is shaping up to be exceptional.


Other Notes

Mokelumne River AVA -This native areas boast quail, river otter, deer, kingfisher, and beaver (just to name a few) that we often see when we are checking the six vineyard blocks, that are comprised of five unique varietals. Each varietal takes advantage of the waterways and microclimate, producing distinct wines that are truly reflective of this special place.