This light and pretty rosé is the perfect backyard soirée accompaniment. Wild strawberry, raspberry and watermelon on the nose with a lingering floral finish. Citrus and light minerality on the palate. Pair this summer rosé with grilled shrimp or crudités and cheese.
California: The state of California produces about ninety percent of the American wine supply and is the fourth largest wine producer among the world's independent nations. It has more than 1,200 wineries ranging from home-grown and small boutiques to large corporations with international distribution. California is a very geologically diverse region, and varies greatly in the range of climates and terroirs that can be found. Most of the state's wine regions are found between the Pacific coast and the Central Valley. The Pacific Ocean and large bays (such as San Francisco’s) serve as tempering influences to the wine regions nearby providing cool winds and fog that balance the heat and sunshine.