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Hearst Ranch 2011 Rose Paso Robles Chridhe 

This tasty blend of 51 percent Tempranillo, 26 percent Syrah, and 23 percent Malbec, all estate grown, created a delightful Rose you can enjoy alone and at the table. “Chridhe,” pronounced kree, is Scotch Gaelic for heart. A portion of proceeds from the sale of this wine will go to the Hearst Cancer Resource Center in SLO County. Hued a vivid pink, it was produced without oak, made in 100 percent stainless steel. Just being released in local markets, this dry quaffer offers pleasing flavors of wild cherries, raspberries, and strawberries with plummy high notes. It’s a great substitute for bubbly at brunch, paired with roast chicken, pizza, or enjoyed watching the sunset. Only $15 retail, it’s available at Tastes of the Valley Pismo Beach, or at the Hearst Winery tasting room in San Simeon.



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