2021 County Line Rosé Bottle



Anderson Valley

  • Bone dry & oyster inspired
  • Single vineyard source Elke Home Ranch
  • Whole cluster pressed Champagne clone of Pinot Noir
  • Bottled unfiltered
With its polished mouthfeel and laser-focused finish, the 2021 County Line Rosé is a beautiful example of finesse. The pale peachy color hints at the flavor profile, with notes of ripe peach, fresh guava, and zesty lime leaf that entice and refresh. Brilliant acidity and a wet stone minerality make this a wine custom built for afternoons and sunshine. Vibrant and versatile, the 2021 Rosé pairs equally well alongside freshly shucked oysters or a hearty vegetarian cassoulet. Our 17th vintage of this lively Rosé, the 2021 vintage features a new watercolor rendition of the classic horse and plow label by our artist friend John Ed Bon Fed.



Highlighting a time-honored practice, the horse and plow pays homage to traditional hand farming and the rich history of our ranch. Remnants of agricultural and winemaking equipment from generations past are scattered throughout the property and sheltered in our barns. While we have evolved from the horse and plow, we continue to tend our vines by hand and are committed to low-intervention practices in the cellar.