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Kuhlman Cellars Releases 2021 Hensell Rosé

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A new vintage of the fan-favorite wine is now available for $29.

Stonewall, Texas – August 19, 2022 – Kuhlman Cellars today announces the release of the 2021 Hensell Rosé ($29). The 2021 vintage is a blend of Grenache (44%) and Cinsault (31%) from the Texas High Plains mixed with Carignan (12%), Mourvedre (10%) and Roussanne (3%) from the Kuhlman Cellars Estate. 

This rosé is perfect for sipping on the last hot summer days. A perfect representation of a traditional Provence-style rosé characterized by its pale salmon color, the nose in this vintage is attractive with watermelon, raspberry, strawberry and peach notes. It’s a  refreshing wine with lingering acidity expressing notes of hibiscus and violet in the palate, making this wine a perfect accompaniment to watermelon and goat cheese salad.

The 2021 Hensell Rosé can be purchased here and may be enjoyed as part of Kuhlman Cellars’ latest Wine & Food Experience menu, paired with Ancho Chicken Salad, Masa Pate a Choux, Corn & Green Tomato Salsa topped with Cilantro.

About Kuhlman Cellars

Kuhlman Cellars believes wine promotes an appreciation of life’s journey. Lifelong wine lovers Chris and Jennifer Cobb founded an Estate vineyard to produce terroir-driven wines of the highest quality. Together with French winemaker and Texas wine pioneer Bénédicte Rhyne, they co-founded Kuhlman Cellars to craft wine representative of Old World winemaking principles. Kuhlman Cellars opened to the public in 2014. Located in the heart of the Texas wine country, Kuhlman Cellars is known for its signature wine and food pairings. The award-winning boutique winery is located on the famed Hwy 290 Wine Trail between Fredericksburg and Johnson City and offers tours, tastings, educational wine seminars, and more at its Estate vineyard. For more information, visit www.kuhlmancellars.com.

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