- 100% Cabernet sauvignon
- Fruit was grown for rosé on portion of the vineyard with more clay in the soil
- Fruit went direct to press, pressed whole cluster
- Fermented in stainless steel
- pH 3.28
- TA 6.1
- Alcohol 12.5
- 600 cases produced
Tasting notes: Fresh berry notes with red plum and cherries, balanced by a hint of mintiness. On the palate it is crisp and refreshing, but full of ripe fruits. The finish is long and rich for a rosé, and shows its Napa Valley origins.
Hi no Tori simply translates in Japanese to Bird of Fire. Because of our story and intent of this Rosé, the concept behind the design was to combine two symbols of hope from both Western and Japanese culture. A Phoenix is widely known as a symbol of rebirth whereas an origami crane is a symbol of hope in Japan during any sort of disaster. It is a common tradition to fold 1000 origami cranes as a form of prayer in Japan.
- Due to extremely high demand, orders are limited to 12 bottles (1 case) per customer
- Must be 21 years of age or older to purchase
2017 Hi No Tori Funds Allocation
What is written on the back of the bottle is exactly what we intend to follow through on. 7080 Bottles of Hi No Tori Rose were produced meaning that to fulfill our pledge, Kanpai Wines will donate a total of $141,600 to California Wildfire Relief.
The funds will be divided as following: 50% to the Napa Valley Community Foundation, 25% to Sonoma County Resilience Fund, 12.5% to the Ventura County Community Disaster Relief Fund, and 12.5% to the Santa Barbara Foundation Community Disaster Relief Fund.
Pledged Dollar Amounts
- $70,800 to Napa Valley Community Foundation
- $35,400 to Sonoma County Resilience Fund
- $17,700 to Ventura County Community Disaster Relief Fund
- $17,700 to Santa Barbara Foundation Community Disaster Relief Fund