The most awarded rosé in the country, Longview set out to make a dry, European style wine back in 2005. Nebbiolo was the perfect grape to do so. A beguiling rose-water hue with glints of copper immediately draw one in. Out of the glass lifts a remarkable perfume of fresh red berries, pressed flowers, nectarine skin and the trademark Nebbiolo whiff of star anise. In the mouth it’s a refreshing hit of white stone fruit flesh culminating in a zippy citrus-juice finish that cleanses the palate and sets it up for another sip.