This is a little throw back to old school rosé making before the invention of low extraction presses, where roses were made by mixing red wine with white wine. Over recent years there has been an increase in rosé examples that only taste of strawberries and cream, which although are sugar dry, they are often high in alcohol and taste heavy and are less drinkable. This is just a mix of early picked chardonnay, with some skin contact riesling, with just a touch of malbec. Bob truly can't define this wine, is it like a white or a rosé or a light red....? More importantly, like all of his wines it screams of freshness!