Zinfandel Rosé – In Dry Creek Valley, these wines are complex and usually dry, hand-crafted small-batch wines. Decidedly Californian in style, these sunny sippers are fantastic picnic accompaniments, and taste great alone or with anything from hot dogs to salmon rillettes.
Provençal-style Rosé – The only country drinking more rosé than the U.S. is France, and Provence is one region most known for its mineral-driven, pale pink palate pleasers. To make these wines, they use a blend of red grapes commonly found in the Mediterranean–grenache, syrah, mourvedre, cinsault, carignan, and more. Thanks to a similar climate, these grapes grow magnificently in Dry Creek Valley, where you’ll find them in beautiful red blends and tasty French-influenced rosés.