- David’s pale pink Rosé is a bright easy-sipper layered with light red fruit flavors, like raspberry and wild strawberries, and a sliver of citrus that glide together into a crisp, refreshing finish.
- David and this Rosé go way back – he was pivotal in convincing his grapegrower friend to plant Pinot Noir on this cool-climate site, knowing how perfectly it would grow there. He also knew how wonderful a Rosé from that Pinot Noir could one day be – and your funding brought it to life!
- With your support, David could harvest his choice of Pinot Noir grapes early to retain the freshest fruit characters possible and translate them into this refined Rosé exclusively for you.
- Light fruit flavors race through this pale pink Rosé, like splashes of raspberry, grapefruit and strawberry, with a slight citrusy touch and an oh-so-refreshing finish.
- Your funding helped Chris source the Pinot Noir for this Rosé from multiple vineyards throughout the northern Willamette Valley, Oregon’s world-famous Pinot country. Willamette Valley vineyards had lower crop yields in 2020, which resulted in grapes with richer, more concentrated flavors.
- This Rosé is a great easy-sipper all on its own, or can pair wonderfully with a wide range of foods. Chris’s personal favorite pairing with this Rosé is either a plate of fresh fruit or summer barbecued chicken.
- Bright and juicy like freshly-plucked wild strawberry or even a watermelon jolly rancher, this mouthwatering Rosé is an instant refresher.
- “Italian varietals make fabulous Rosé,” Karen says of this pinkened Sangiovese, “and the climate in Lodi is perfect for growing this variety.” The vineyard that grows this Sangiovese sits directly across from the winery where Karen works, and she watched these grapes ripen every day of the growing season.
- When the grapes were finally ready to harvest, your funding gave Karen first dibs on them. In return, she’s crafted you the perfect easy-sipping Rosé for the warmer days ahead...
- This dry, pale pink Rosé is a refreshing blend of Grenache, Carignan and Sangiovese, with bright red fruit flavors and a touch of citrus, like perky lime zest. It’s an ideal easy-sipper for relaxing outdoors on a warm spring afternoon.
- 2019 was a near-perfect grapegrowing season in Sonoma’s Dry Creek Valley, with just the right amount of heat early in the season, balanced by mild temperatures throughout the summer, resulting in grapes with superior flavor development.
- Winemaker Mike Saini is a champion of Dry Creek Valley who lives to showcase his favorite vineyards and varieties of the region – for a top-notch example of quintessential Dry Creek Rosé, look no further!
- Evangelos’s Rosé of Pinot Noir is the easy-drinking pink wine you want by your side all summer long, thanks to a cast of full-on fruity flavors fresher than a handful of just-picked strawberries.
- Thanks to your funding, Evangelos took high-end Pinot Noir from Napa Valley and Lodi and fermented the wine slowly to seal every drop of bright, fruity flavor into this refined Rosé.
- Pair this award-winning Rosé with a few of your favorite people and sunny afternoon poolside or on the patio and you can’t go wrong!
- Ripe, juicy flavors of red berries and tropical fruits rush to greet your tastebuds in this refreshing, refined Rosé of Pinot Noir.
- This world-class, easy-sipping pink is Derek’s love letter to one of his favorite vineyards in the heart of Mendocino’s Anderson Valley that he’s worked with for nearly a decade.
- “This wine was magic from Day 1 in the winery,” Derek says. “The cellar crew and I fell in love with it and enjoyed seeing it evolve throughout fermentation, thankfully never losing its complexity and character.” Now’s your chance to fall in love with this pristine Pinot Noir-turned-Rosé too!
- Patrice's refined Rosé of Pinot Noir is buzzing with bright red fruit flavors like strawberry and berries, not to mention a splash of citrus that leads into a light, refreshing finish.
- With your funding behind him, Patrice scouted out Pinot Noir straight from Sancerre in France’s world-famous Loire Valley, to bring you an elegant Rosé that’s perfect for any day of the week.
- Angels like you helped Patrice make this crisp Rosé a reality and he can't thank you enough. The only thing left is to make sure you’re stocked up with enough of this pink sipper to last you through summer!
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- This bright, lively Rosé is an easy-sipping summer speciality, delicate and dry, with flavors of bright fruits layered over a sliver of citrus that lingers on into the long, refreshing finish.
- With the help of Angel funding, legacy grapegrowers-turned-winemakers Nicholas and Marshall Miller harvested top-notch Grenache and Syrah from a single vineyard in the Paso Robles Highlands District to bring you a crisp summery Rosé flush with full-on fruit flavors.
- Make sure you have a bottle (or two) of this vibrant Rosé within reach the next time the afternoon sun’s out and the patio is calling. Just don’t forget the cheese and charcuterie board!
- This pale pink sipper brings you a splash of fresh fruit flavors, like strawberry and white peach, backed by a zing of citrus that nearly leaps out of the glass.
- Your funding helped Best-of-Class winemaker Alex Farber select Primitivo (aka Zinfandel) from sustainably-farmed vineyards in the rolling hillsides of Lodi, where high-quality Primitivo grows like a charm.
- Snatch up a few bottles of this Rosé's debut vintage for your next afternoon picnic or sunny patio session and let Alex know what you think of it. “Your feedback will allow me to fund and make this wine again and again,” Alex says.