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We’re all about transparency. Here’s a breakdown of what’s in each bottle of Rose Rosé.
Rose Rosé: Amount Per Ounce
Every bottle contains real fruits, herbs, and botanicals and is blended and bottled by our team in Sonoma. Nothing sketchy. Nothing corporate. And we have a fraction of the sugar of those European liqueurs.
Sweet and tart, these Oregon red raspberries are picked at their peak for that bright, mouthwatering, fruity flavor.
This floral flavor is as real as it gets — it comes straight from the roses planted on the Grist Vineyard in Sonoma County 40 years ago.
There’s nothing like the taste of a perfectly ripe strawberry. Ours are grown in the mountains of Oregon and bring a candy-like flavor and aroma to every sip.
Juicy and bright, we add these cherries for a pop of color and a kiss of sweetness.
Subtly sweet and smooth, we use Tahitian Vanilla to balance out the bright berries and give Rose Rosé a sophisticated finish.
Dried Makrut Lime Leaf
Bright and tropical, these California-grown lime leaves are picked and dried by hand to maintain the rich aromatics and citrusy flavor.
Dried Wild Rose
Dried rose petals add a soft aromatic and floral flavor.
A split base of rosé and chardonnay grapes give Rose Rosé a little extra color, and adds subtle notes of watermelon and strawberry.
Raw Cane Sugar
Unlike those European liqueurs, we don’t use too much — and that’s how we like it. With more impurities than refined sugar for a more natural taste, and a slight molasses aroma.
The foundation of every bottle. We started with grapes from the Grist Vineyard in Sonoma County, and now we source from other farmers we trust. This isn’t like your mom’s chardonnay — it's unoaked for a clean, fruity palate.
Grape brandy, distilled in Sonoma County, extracts all the herbs and botanicals you taste.