JM Cellars’ John Bigelow pulls his Provence-inspired rosé of Cinsaut from The Benches, a site overlooking the Columbia River that Long Shadows Vintners helped make famous as Wallula Gap Vineyard.
JM Cellars’ John Bigelow pulls his Provence-inspired rosé of Cinsaut from The Benches, a site overlooking the Columbia River that Long Shadows Vintners helped make famous as Wallula Gap Vineyard. Andrea Johnson Courtesy Washington State Wine
JM Cellars’ John Bigelow pulls his Provence-inspired rosé of Cinsaut from The Benches, a site overlooking the Columbia River that Long Shadows Vintners helped make famous as Wallula Gap Vineyard. Andrea Johnson Courtesy Washington State Wine

Northwest Wine: Chill down rosés for summer enjoyment

July 17, 2018 10:49 PM