Sonoma-Cutrer is Announcing a Rosé for all Seasons

Wednesday 27th, January 2021 / 14:15 Written by
Sonoma-Cutrer is Announcing a Rosé for all Seasons

Sonoma-Cutrer Releases the 2020 Rosé of Pinot Noir for the New Year

Sonoma-Cutrer welcomes a new wine into the world, the 2020 Rosé of Pinot Noir!

This award-winning winery located in one of my favorite wine regions, The Russian River Valley, has produced yet another great wine, the 2020 Rosé of Pinot Noir.

I must admit, I am in love with this Rosé. This is probably the best Rosé I have tried to date. Maybe it’s thanks to the Sonoma-Cutrer’s female-led winery team which includes Pinot Noir Winemaker Zidanelia Arcidiacono. Zidanelia seems to know exactly what wine aficionados want in a wine. At least she seems to know what I want, as this rosé has checked all my boxes.


Zidanelia said “We are very excited to share this exceptional wine after what proved to be a difficult year. I am privileged to have collaborated with a strong team of women including our director of vineyard operations, cellarmaster and quality manager to overcome 2020’s many obstacles and deliver a stunning Rosé of Pinot Noir.”


And overcome these obstacles they did with this Rosé. This light, bright wine introduces flavors of strawberries and citrus in a mouthful of juiciness. It has a beautiful blush color that lured me in and said “come give me a try”. It was so delightful, I couldn’t wait for my next sip…. my next glass.

Be assured that rosé is no longer just a summer wine. “Drink pink” is now a year-round mantra thanks to the addition of this delightful Sonoma-Cutrer 2020 Rosé of Pinot Noir. Yes, 2021 is looking a whole lot better already!


This wine is perfect for anytime and has a flavor profile that lets it pair with a variety of dishes including:

❖    Spicy Ahi Poke

❖    Margarita Pizza

❖    Crab Cakes with Siracha Mayo

I also like getting a small group of friends together and serving it with a charcuterie board.

This blush release is a beautiful and delicate example of why Russian River Valley Pinot Noir makes a wonderful rosé. And it’s always happy hour somewhere, am I right?

**Full Disclosure: I received product in exchange for my review, but not to worry, all opinions are 100% mine.

About Sonoma-Cutrer:

Sonoma-Cutrer has been crafting wines since 1981 in the esteemed Russian River Valley growing region of Sonoma County, California.  Our flagship wine Russian River Ranches was built in the on-premise and for almost 40 years has dominated the Most Popular Chardonnay wine lists.

Our winemaking process is designed specifically to preserve the highest quality grapes, and the wines are aged in barrels made of specific French oak trees that are individually-selected to fit the winemakers’ needs.

Sonoma County is the first wine region in the world to be 99% sustainable. As a leader in this initiative, Sonoma-Cutrer prioritizes protecting the environment in all winemaking processes.

All Sonoma-Cutrer wines can be purchased at the Sonoma-Cutrer winery as well as through the wine club, Club Cutrer.

For more information about our wines, how to purchase or to join Club Cutrer, please visit or visit them on Facebook at

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