Krasna Hora's Pink is a delicious, quaffable rose made from two distinct clones of 100% biodynamically farmed, estate-grown Pinot Noir. The hand-harvested, whole-cluster grapes were picked at the end of September and foot stomped quickly after picking to maintain freshness. This was immediately followed by a quick fermentation using native yeast and nine months of aging on lees in 5-6 year old oak barriques, before being bottled, unfiltered and unfined.
The resulting wine is a brilliant pale rose gold in color with a nose that features lifted red berry aromas and hints of forest fruits. The palate has intense red and black cherry flavors along with mouthwatering freshness and liveliness, followed by a long, clean finish. As a bottling made using methods typically associated with white wines, yet made from red grapes, this wine is versatile and boasts a balanced, crisp acidity that will complement a wide range of foods.