There's so much packed onto this label I don't know where to start, so here's everything: 2009, Rouge, Grenache, Georgetown Divide Vineyard & Winery, El Dorado, Duarte Georgetown Vineyards, Geyserville, CA. The rest of the label is pseudo-philosophical noodling, so don't worry about that. I got this as part of a mixed half case so I can't really a price. Geyserville is in Sonoma County, north of San Francisco.
I took a break from my pinots and petite sirahs to try this rosé ("rouge", whatever). I've really tried to develop a taste for them but I haven't gotten there yet. This one was very nice, though, not sweet (thus right up my allée, since we're going French), a nice mix of floral and fruit notes.
This went well with some ribs and a hearty soup. I'm betting it would go well with a wide range of both winter and summer dishes.