Kivelstadt Cellars' Twice Removed Rosé is a blend of 60% Carignane and 40% Grenache. It is styled after its Provençale cousins from southern France. The grapes are harvested early, then lightly foot stomped and allowed to cold soak overnight to extract color and texture before the juice is pressed off and fermented in stainless steel. This bone-dry rosé possesses vibrant acidity, notes of strawberry, watermelon, and a hint of kiwi on the finish. Pair with fried chicken or grilled summer fruit.