2010 Checkerbloom Rosé, Sonoma County

Nothing is better for sipping on a hot summer day than a well-chilled Rosé. Deerfield Rosé is made using the Saignee process by which fresh juice is removed from the grape must shortly after destemming and then fermented separately. The color comes from a very short skin-to-juice contact time. It is fermented cold, like a white wine, so all the fruitiness is retained. Pictured on the label is the Kenwood Marsh Checkerbloom, the endangered plant in our wetlands. All proceeds from the sale of this wine go to protect the endangered Checkerbloom and help fund the Kenwood Wetlands Restoration Project at Deerfield Ranch Winery.

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