We bottled the new 2014 Rosado on March 2, 2015 along with the 2014 white wines. The salmon-pink color of this 100% Garnacha rose was just what I was looking for in this wine. It's always a balancing act about timing on pressing off the juice from the skins. Since I purchase the grapes only to make rose I have more control than if I were using excess juice from grapes slated for red wine.
Still . . . I never know if the color's just right until it's been bottled. The 2014 Rosado has peach and apricot and a hint of vanilla on the nose. Serve well chilled with picnic food, smoked salmon, ham, fruit, or save some for Thanksgiving.