This shows a light pink color, beautiful delicate notes of strawberries and currants, crisp acids, a fresh, lively zesty style and medium body. Both of these are meant to be drunk upon release and are probably at their best within the first year or two of aging. Schramsberg, founded in 1862 by German immigrant Jacob Schram, fell victim to hard times in 1912 but was resurrected by the Davies Family in 1965. The quality seems to be going from strength to strength and these were the best sparkling wines I've tasted from them. Current owners Hugh and Monique Davies look over 43 acres on Diamond Mountain, and utilize fruit sourced from cool-climate areas ranging from Carneros, farther south in Marin County, to the north in Anderson Valley. (RP)
Expressive watermelon and strawberry aromas open to crisp yet rich flavors of red apple and spiced vanilla. (TF)
Even if a bit lighter than its Rosé moniker might suggest, this bright and youthfully energetic bottling is pleasant and slightly rich to start before turning a bit to the tight side of the spectrum across the palate. Its slightly frothy supply of mid-sized bubbles is a fine complement to its likeable flavors, and, all in all, this least-pricey member of the family’s Rosé clan earns its stripes from first to last.
Very flavorful and generous, this wine has bright berry aromas, a mouth-filling, smooth mousse and vibrant, ripe raspberry and cherry flavors. (JG)
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