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La Crema Russian River Brut Rose Sparkling Wine

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      La Crema Russian River Brut Rose Sparkling Wine

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      Winery Notes
      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.

      Tasting Notes
      This sparkling dry rose wine exhibits aromas of white flowers, apple, and oyster shell. Lemon meringue, strawberries and ginger on the palate. A lively acidity is followed by a vibrant lingering finish.

      Vintage Notes


      Vineyard Notes
      La Crema began at a time in the 1970’s during which few wineries in California were making Pinot Noir, and even fewer were doing so with a single-vineyard focus. From the start, La Crema was inspired by Burgundian-style Chardonnay and Pinot Noir with a focus on small lot production that nurtured distinct flavors and balance of unique wine growing regions. Initially, La Crema focused efforts on developing wines from the Sonoma Coast, deemed the next great appellation for Pinot Noir, using artisan, boutique-style production techniques, like gentle handling, precision sorting, and crushing grapes in small batches. At La Crema, excellence in the bottle begins in the vineyard. The year 2019 marked La Crema’s 40th anniversary—fittingly its “ruby” year of eliciting the very best of the vine. This success is as much about the winery’s vision and commitment to quality winemaking which is rooted in the vineyards and soil. As La Crema looks to the future, it will continue to focus on cool-climate Burgundian-style wines and produce appellation-specific and single-vineyard bottlings from exceptional sites in California and Oregon.

      Winemaking Notes
      California Residents:Click here for Proposition 65 WARNING

      Product Details

      Product Type Champagne & Sparkling Wine
      Varietal Sparkling Rosé
      ABV 12.2
      Country United States
      Region Sonoma County
      Awards 91 - Wine Enthusiast

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      Beyond the Label

      Winery Notes
      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.

      Tasting Notes
      This sparkling dry rose wine exhibits aromas of white flowers, apple, and oyster shell. Lemon meringue, strawberries and ginger on the palate. A lively acidity is followed by a vibrant lingering finish.

      Vintage Notes


      Vineyard Notes
      La Crema began at a time in the 1970’s during which few wineries in California were making Pinot Noir, and even fewer were doing so with a single-vineyard focus. From the start, La Crema was inspired by Burgundian-style Chardonnay and Pinot Noir with a focus on small lot production that nurtured distinct flavors and balance of unique wine growing regions. Initially, La Crema focused efforts on developing wines from the Sonoma Coast, deemed the next great appellation for Pinot Noir, using artisan, boutique-style production techniques, like gentle handling, precision sorting, and crushing grapes in small batches. At La Crema, excellence in the bottle begins in the vineyard. The year 2019 marked La Crema’s 40th anniversary—fittingly its “ruby” year of eliciting the very best of the vine. This success is as much about the winery’s vision and commitment to quality winemaking which is rooted in the vineyards and soil. As La Crema looks to the future, it will continue to focus on cool-climate Burgundian-style wines and produce appellation-specific and single-vineyard bottlings from exceptional sites in California and Oregon.

      Winemaking Notes
      California Residents:Click here for Proposition 65 WARNING

      Product Details

      Product Type Champagne & Sparkling Wine
      Varietal Sparkling Rosé
      ABV 12.2
      Country United States
      Region Sonoma County
      Awards 91 - Wine Enthusiast