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Mount Nittany Winery’s Linden Vale Rosé Named A Top Ten Wine

In a recent International Wine Review Blog Post entitled “East Coast Rosés: Current Releases from the Finger Lakes to North Carolina,” Mount Nittany Winery’s Linden Vale Rosé was named one of the top east coast rosés with a score of 90. Read the full article here.

This dry rosé is made of Cabernet Franc (60%) and Syrah grapes (40%) grown in central Pennsylvania. It is light-bodied, crisp and bright, featuring strawberry and ripe watermelon fruit flavors with rose petal and cherry accents. Linden Vale Rosé won a silver medal at the 2019 Finger Lakes International Wine Competition.

Come taste this new release at the winery, open Tuesday-Friday (11-5), Saturday (10-5) and Sunday (12-5). Wine tasting is complimentary and tours can be arranged by appointment. The winery is located at 300 Houser Road, Centre Hall, PA, and the phone number is (814) 466-6373.

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