Sparkling Rosé Sonoma County

Sparkling Rosé Sonoma County

Roblar extra dry sparkling wine is crafted from grapes grown at the Michel-Schlumberger Benchland Estate Vineyard in Sonoma County. This sparkling wine was produced by inducing in-bottle secondary fermentation and a minimum of 12 months of aging using the traditional methode champenoise to create the tiny bubbles and complex flavors. It will continue to develop as it ages.


About this wine

Perfect for a bridal shower, lovely with chilled watermelon and strawberry skewers, assorted macaroons, wedding cake.

Wine profile

Wine Type
Sparkling Rosé
68% Pinot Noir, 32% Pinot Blanc
Sonoma County
0.54 g/100ml

Vineyard Notes

The grapes used to make this Rosé sparkling wine are all from the estate vineyard at Michel-Schlumberger located in the Dry Creek Valley of Sonoma County.

Harvest:        Average brix:  19.2

Production Notes

Fermentation:  Fermented in stainless steel tanks at cool temperatures to retain the fruit flavors.  No malo-lactic fermentation.  After fermentation, the wine was settled then blended into this cuvée.

Cooperage / Aging:  The cuvée was bottled with a dosage of special sparkling wine yeast and allowed to ferment in the bottle.  Aged for 12 months “on the yeast” in the bottle, the wine develops the classic rich texture and refined “sparkle” that comes from this “Methode Champenoise” technique.

Winemaker Notes

Color:  Pale strawberry

Aromas:  Delicate aromas of essence of raspberry and honeysuckle

Palate:  Round and creamy, with fresh berry flavors and well-balanced crispness.


256 Cases