If your favorite thing about summer is #RoséAllDay, you’re in for an extra special treat. Travel + Leisure reported that California-based berry company Driscoll’s has announced two new products for lovers of the blush-colored wine—Rosé Strawberries and Raspberries. With a “unique, complex flavor,” the sweet pink berries come from a blend of light and dark fruits mixed with “the power of the sun.”
“Each variety of berries has taken years to perfect by a team of agronomists, breeders, sensory analysts, plant health scientists and entomologists—but Driscoll’s believes they have finally hit the Rosé sweet spot,” reported People Magazine.
The special berries are here for a limited time—June through September only—and you can find them in Northern California at Whole Foods Markets.
If the real stuff is what you’re after, California has an abundance of wineries serving incredible Rosés. Start with these California Rosé recommendations from the San Francisco Chronicle, including the Rosé of Pinot Noir at Pennyroyal Farm in Anderson Valley, where you can pair your tasting with housemade cheese from the property’s dairy farm, or the Provencal-style Rosé at the Davenport tasting room of Bonny Doon on Pacific Coast Highway.