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#releasetherose should be the new hashtag as Rosé season is here! This past week, Fiddlehead Cellars in Santa Ynez released the Fiddlehead Cellars 2017 Pink Fiddle, Fiddlestix Vineyard, Sta. Rita Hills, their first wine released in 2018 and is the Please The Palate pick of the week. I had the pleasure to taste the wine at Fiddlehead's annual Pink Dinner Party, an event I look forward to each year as it falls within a few days of my birthday. We were dressed in pink, the winery was decorated in pink and we drink a lot of pink wine. I have been a fan of the Fiddlehead's Rosé but the 2017 is a real standout!
Make Every Day July 28 Every wine deserves a celebration! And, here is one for you that you can enjoy any day.....but especially enjoy it on 7-28! Why? Well, it's called Fiddlehead Cellars Fiddlestix Vineyard Pinot Noir 728, Sta. Rita Hills, that's why! Kathy Joseph Winemaker Kathy Joseph named the wine after mile marker 7.28, the location of Fiddlestix Vineyard in the Sta Rita Hills. Kathy wanted to pay tribute to an important place in the AVA Sta Rita Hills for Pinot Noir production. "728 is a name that I wanted everyone to celebrate worldwide," explained Kathy.