The Details

Region San Luis Obispo County

Grapes Grenache, Syrah, Viognier

Volume 6.3 oz (187 ml)

Vintage 2021

Alcohol 13%

Serving Size 5 fl oz (148ml). Servings per container 1.25

Calories

110

Carbohydrates

2.2g

Total sugar

0g

Protein

0g

Fat

0g

Rosé

A crisp, easy-drinking Rosé with notes of red peach, wisteria, and watermelon rind. Expertly made in small batches from sustainably farmed grapes with no sugar and minimal intervention—the real way.

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Wine you can feel good about

Nothing artificial

Many wines have added flavorings and colorants, but not us. Not ever.

Fresh every time

Our generous single serve bottles ensure the freshest experience possible.

No added sugar

No reason to artificially sweeten California’s best grapes.

Sustainably farmed

We’re helping to ensure the future of harvest year after year.

Fresh every time

 

The Rosé is dry, not sugary, with that crisp freshness to cool down a hot day or lighten up the mood. Enjoy chilled, sans shoes for best results.

Red Peach

Wisteria

Watermelon Rind

Great grapes or go home

The first, and most crucial, step in making a great wine is selecting great grapes. This vintage consists of grape varieties that are classic to Italy, but best suited to grow in the Golden State.

Grenache

Cherry berry fruit and polish

Syrah

Spice notes and structure

Viognier

Floral aromas and silky texture

100% San Luis Obispo County

 

An inimitable terroir possessive of unique soils composed of marine fossils and sedimentary rocks nestled in valleys near the ocean with constant marine influence. The limestone, shale, petrified oyster shell and sandstone soils are the result of the Pacific and Continental plates smashing together millions of years ago. Funny enough these soils are considered young in the winemaking world and easily yield to the bedrock below allowing for a variety of grapes to thrive.

The combination of these unique factors create an environment that allows our fruit to develop rich, full flavors while still allowing complexity, structure and balance to create a fruity yet crisp rosé.

Going deeper

Soil is quite literally the foundational element to everything we do. Healthy soil makes for thriving vines, but it can also add nuances to taste.

Shale

Fine grained sedimentary rocks and broken stones. Rocky soil profile yields intense flavors with dimension and complexity.

Ancient Sea Bed

Uplifted ocean floor with petrified oyster fossils spilling out of the soil. High calcium content yields high-toned flavors with pretty aromatics.

Reviews, as Usual

Customer Reviews

Based on 2305 reviews
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K
Kayla Robison
Loved it

Love that it is low sugar and still great taste!

D
Denise
Very Smooth !

The Rose Is refreshing and satisfying

M
MissJay
So smooth

This was the best rose I have had. Many roses I drink are too sweet and have a distinct sharp end note when drinking. This went down way too smooth, can't wait to reup!

A
Alyssa Montoya
Crisp and fruity

French style and delicious every time.

A
AML
Balanced and Easy

This Rose is really nicely balanced. We enjoy drinking it alone or with food. Great addition to the wine cooler year round.