The Russian River Valley is a cool grape growing region, influenced significantly by fog and the valley's proximity to the Pacific Ocean. Warm days and cool nights promote flavor development within the grapes while also retaining great natural acidity. Sparkling wine harvest typically occurs between mid to late August. This sparkling dry rose wine exhibits aromas of white flowers, apple, and oyster shell. Lemon merengue, strawberries and ginger on the palate. A lively acidity is followed by a vibrant lingering finish. Pair with smoked salmon, fried appetizers, oysters and chocolate covered berries. This bottled California rosé is 12.2% alcohol by volume.