Windsor, CA – Bricoleur Vineyards, a beautiful new winery, tasting room, culinary showplace, retreat and event venue located in Sonoma’s Russian River Valley, is excited to announce the release of two rosé wines for spring: its 2019 Estate Rosé of Pinot Noir and 2019 “Flying By the Seat of Our Pants” Rosé of Grenache. These new wines, crafted under the direction of consulting winemaker Cary Gott and assistant winemaker Tom Pierson, mark the third vintages of rosé from the boutique, family-run winery.
“Both of these vintages are products of our estate vineyard’s remarkable 2019 growing season,” said CEO and founder Mark Hanson. “We’re proud and excited to share these beautiful wines with friends and family who want to take a piece of our estate home with them or enjoy them right here in one of the estate’s many picturesque locations.”
Sourced from 100 percent Russian River Valley Appellation Pinot Noir estate-grown grapes, the 2019 Estate Rosé of Pinot Noir (12.6 percent ABV) is a lovely peach hue and evokes the style of classic California rosés. The wine has a supple texture and crisp minerality, with hints of raspberry, orange zest and white orchid flower. The 2019 Estate Rosé of Pinot Noir is now available for purchase at bricoleurvineyards.com/wines with an SRP of $32/bottle.
Sourced from 100 percent Fountaingrove District Appellation Grenache from Kick Ranch Vineyards, the 2019 “Flying By the Seat of Our Pants” Rosé of Grenache (12.7 percent ABV) is light and elegant and based on the rosés of Provence. The wine is a beautiful rose petal color and the aromas carry subtle hints of peach, citrus fruits and watermelon Jolly Rancher. On the palate, the rosé is crisp and light with an addictive tartness that begs for another sip. The 2019 “Flying By the Seat of Our Pants” Rosé of Grenache is now available for purchase at bricoleurvineyards.com/wines with an SRP of $27/bottle.
Bricoleur Vineyards was founded by San Francisco Bay Area natives Mark and Elizabeth Hanson and daughter Sarah Hanson Citron. The winery is quickly becoming known for producing sustainably farmed, limited-production wines sourced primarily from its estate property in Windsor and from the family’s Kick Ranch, a highly regarded vineyard in Sonoma County.
The new winery is an ambitious vision meticulously and lovingly brought to fruition by the Hanson family. The 40-acre Windsor estate was designed as the ideal location for intimate gatherings with friends and family, corporate retreats, or as a home base for Wine Country touring. Abundant with premium Pinot Noir and Chardonnay vineyards, groves of olive trees, intimate picnic spots, magnificent gardens and vine-covered trellises, a charming stone pavilion, bocce ball courts, yoga classes overlooking the vineyards a refurbished historic milk barn and the newly completed Winery Barn. Farm-to-table pairings by Executive Chef Shane McAnelly highlight the winery’s 12 stand-out varietals from prized vineyard sites.
Starting on Saturday, May 2, Bricoleur Vineyards will be open to the public Thursday through Monday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., with reservations required for all wine-paired culinary experiences. A rotating series of events and programming will be announced throughout the year. Located at 7394 Starr Road in Windsor, Bricoleur Vineyards can be reached by calling (707) 857-5700, emailing email@example.com or visiting www.bricoleurvineyards.com.
About Bricoleur Vineyards
Bricoleur Vineyards is a unique wine country retreat nestled in the Russian River Valley in Windsor, California, about an hour north of San Francisco. Visitors can visit the newly renovated Winery Barn to enjoy Bricoleur Vineyard’s hand-crafted, estate-grown wines or an elaborate, wine and culinary experience guided by celebrated local Executive Chef Shane McAnelly. The 40-acre estate features a number of picturesque gathering places to relax and create memorable experiences, such as a picnic in the stone pavilion overlooking the rows of Chardonnay, strolling in the rose gardens admiring the vast array of colorful and fragrant roses, playing a friendly game of bocce ball, or simply enjoying one’s family and friends while watching the ducks and native birds by one of two serene ponds Family owned by Bay Area natives Mark and Elizabeth Hanson and daughter Sarah Hanson Citron, Bricoleur Vineyards is Sonoma County’s hidden gem, dedicated to enjoying the beauty of Sonoma County while building meaningful connections and communities.