Rose of mostly Tempranillo & Mourvedre with a touch of Grenache from sustainably grown grapes in Yolo County.
The Katnip rosé 2021 is a food-friendly wine made in the Bandol-style, with spicy, complex and vibrant qualities attributed to a blend dominated by the Tempranillo and Mourvedre grapes. Pratt’s most recent release adds a little Grenache to the blend; all three grapes are sustainably grown in Yolo County.
The label speaks to Pratt’s art background working with glass blowing/fusing, and color and design. It’s a photograph of fused glass she once made, with an added tribute to the Fibonacci Spiral.
“I’ve been the student of amazing teachers and inspirational wine and food creators in my life, and now I’m translating what I’ve learned into a personal and meaningful project” she said.