This rosé is my favorite. It has some real taste and some real character. It received a 92-point rating from Erin Brooks of Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "Medium cherry-pink in color, the 2020 Old Vine Rosé offers fresh berry and melon fruit with notes of baker's yeast, citrus and flowers. The palate is fully fruited and fresh, with a touch of texture anchoring the finish." The wine should stay fresh and delicious through 2025. Finding a bottle may not be that easy, however. Most of the 2020 vintage seems to be sold out, and the 2021 vintage — which sells at $14+ per bottle — is in a similar situation. The 2022 vintage is also available, with somewhat higher prices. But you know what? It's worth it. Give this wine a try.