Beautiful, medium rose color with noteworthy clarity.  A fine bead in the glass is pronounced, with aromas of cranberry, huckleberry and baked apple at once pleasing.  On the palate, the wine is immediately expressive, ad quite dry with tantalizing minerality, yet fresh and juicy all at the same time.  Additional flavors of bing cherry, raspberry, and créme brulee abound, along with baking spices and fresh bread.  The mouthfeel is creamy, yet brisk with a crisp, refreshing finish that isn't short on length.  Hailing from the cooler 2010 vintage, the wine has real precision and focus with intensity that combines a sense of seriousness with elegance all at once.  An altogether engaging and complex Brut Rosé, that while delicious today, will also improve in the bottle over the next 2-3 years under ideal cellaring conditions.