Roundhill White Zinfandel

A light – 9.5% – rose wine with more colour than the ‘blush’ style white Zin.

Zinfandel grapes from select Californian vineyards are gently pressed to obtain the wines pale pink hue and light skin tannin. Cool fermentation in stainless steel tanks preserves the vibrant aromas and crisp fruit flavours.



Grape Varieties:
White Zinfandel
Tasting Notes:

Beautiful rose pink color, fruit-forward with just enough sweetness.

Delicate aromas of fresh, ripe strawberries, zesty lime and watermelon. Juicy flavors of strawberry, watermelon and lime. Fresh tasting with a soft mouthfeel and a lively, clean finish.

Refreshing and delicious when served chilled as an aperitif. Pair with buffalo wings, sweet & sour pork dishes or spicy Pad-Thai.


About the Producer


Rutherford Wine Company, 50 years old and spanning 3 generations, is family owned and managed with a portfolio of wines representing the rich diversity of California’s outstanding appellations.

The winery is located on Napa Valley’s scenic Silverado Trail. Of Napa’s 14 designated AVA’s (American Viticultural Area), this district is renowned for producing unsurpassed premium varietal grapes. Rutherford have been critically acclaimed in the Wine Enthusiast, Wine Spectator and Decanter. Robert Parker described them as “best value in Napa Valley” and they were named ‘Napa Winery of the Year’ at the 2013 New York International Wine Competition.

What is outstanding is their uncompromising and ecologically far-sighted approach to wine-making. This is an ethical imperative for Rutherford. They are more labour intensive than other commercial winegrowing methods, the efforts are rewarded with fruit rich in flavour and character – and great fruit is a prerequisite for making great wine.

Rutherford are committed to sustainably farming, producing and bottling their wines. The winery and estate vineyards are certified sustainable by the California Sustainable Winegrowing Alliance. Responsible farming is good for the land, good for the grapes and ultimately good for the wine.

California Family-owned Winery of the Year: New York International Wine Competition 2019.


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