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Rosé Wine

Sonoma Coast


Our Sonoma Coast Rosé wine is charming in the glass, with a lovely pale salmon hue. Fresh aromas and flavors of stonefruit, strawberry and hints of watermelon are backed by bright acidity and graceful minerality.

Sonoma Coast

The Sonoma Coast appellation, spanning the Northern California coastline, is renowned for its marine influence. Mild days and cooling breezes from the Pacific Coast offer ideal growing conditions for elegant wines.

Food Pairings

Enjoy as an aperitif or with light pastas, summer salads, grilled fish and seafood dishes.


90 points - Sommelier Challenge

90 points, Gold Medal

- Sommelier Challenge, 2023

89 points - Wilfred Wong

89 points

- Wilfred Wong

88 points, Silver Medal - Beverage Testing Institute

88 points, Silver Medal

Salmon orange color. Aromas and flavors of strawberry watermelon juice with a sprig of mint, yellow flowers, dried apricot, and dried rose petal with an medium-to-full body and a delightful, medium-to-long finish that exhibits shades of blueberry, strawberry, peach fruit salad, spritz of lemon, and apricot and plum. Fresh, fruity, and floral, this will be very versatile with picnic and cookout food pairings.
- Beverage Testing Institute, October 2022

Wine Spots Sonoma Coast vineyards

Sonoma Coast, California

The Sonoma Coast AVA runs alongside the Pacific Ocean from San Pablo Bay in the North down to the Mendocino County line and east to the Coastal Ranges. Boasting over 480,000 acres, 7,000 planted with vineyards, the Sonoma Coast is the country's largest AVA. The region was initially created to act as an umbrella AVA to incorporate producers in the cold-climate region that were scattered up along the Pacific Coastline in cooler zones of Sonoma County.