The Details

Region Central Coast

Grapes Grenache, Grenache Blanc, Vermentino, Cinsault, Viognier

Volume 6.3 oz (187 ml)

Vintage 2020

Alcohol 13.5%

Serving Size 5 fl oz (148ml). Servings per container 1.26


Calories

121

Carbohydrates

1.8g

Total sugar

0g

Protein

0g

Fat

0g

Rosé

A crisp, easy-drinking Rosé with notes of strawberry, rose petal, and rhubarb. Expertly made in small batches from sustainably farmed grapes with no sugar, no additives and minimal intervention—the real way.


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.

Strawberry

Rose Petal

Rhubarb

100% Central Coast

 

A picturesque coastal region framed by mountains. Cool, foggy breezes offset the warm California sunshine, resulting in longer cultivation periods, i.e. more time on the vine for the grapes to develop their special character and flavor.

From East to West
Cool breezes from the coast warm as they come inland to the valley.

Unique Geography
A collage of microclimates and soil types – and it feels like the Mediterranean.


0 grams of sugar, real wine

 

Our wines are made the natural way: in small, sustainably farmed batches with nothing added to artificially preserve, or augment the taste. There’s no need. Our grapes are carefully sourced for taste, so once they hit the barrels, we let them do their thing with minimal intervention. It’s not the only way to make wine, but it’s the Usual way.

No added sugar

You’re here to drink wine, not grape soda. No reason to artificially sweeten the best grapes that California has to offer.

No additives

Although common to add extra chemicals to ensure “freshness,” we don’t. Period. This means less additives, less hangovers, and more fun.

Great grapes or go home

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

Grenache

Berry fruits and spice

Cinsault

Red fruit and freshness

Grenache Blanc

Citrus and herbaceous notes

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.

Loam

A warm, soft, crumbly mix of sand, silt, and clay, loam is incredibly nutritious. Makes for powerful, voluptuous wines.

Alluvial

A gravely blend of soils deposited over many years by running water. Full of organic material that helps growing grapes thrive.

Word on the street

Customer Reviews

Based on 2130 reviews
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Bonnie Papoulias
Rose review

Delicious. Wine is very fresh.Flavorful with nice dry finish.Love the pretty bottles.Will reuse for vases and might put lights inside as decorations.

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Barbara Bigelow

Smooth and light. Delightful. Refreshing. Pairs nicely with chicken, fish and salad.

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Jude Stahmer
Perfect Rose

Love the rose, anytime of year. Now have referred this to numerous friends. They all love the variety, size and ease of ordering. Great wine!

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Evelyn Healey

Very enjoyable and just the right sizes for a glass of a glass.

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AM Pleska
Stocking up for the holidays

The Rose is quite good. The Brute is still as good as ever. The Spritz with Rose and Raspberry seemed to sweet at first , in less then a minute that sweetness settles and it is a tasty drink. I will order it again. The Brut and Pink Guava is another favorite.