The Sangiovese grapes Karen uses in this Rosé grow right across from the winery so she can pounce on the grapes as soon as they hit that sweet spot.
You get a flood of strawberry flavors from this one. It’s got a perfectly balanced sweetness and a dry lip-smacking finish.
Stephen bottled up this lightly sweet Rosé from a single-estate vineyard in Lodi – the perfect region for bright and fruity Zinfandel.
Light and refreshing, this pale pink sipper has a watermelon-like sweetness and a ripe strawberry finish... the perfect summer punch.
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