California is one of the world-leading producers of Rosé. In fact, if California were its own country, it would be the 4th largest producer of wine in the world! When thinking of California Rosé, many think of white Zinfandel. While that is an excellent and historic grape, there are a wide variety of grapes that are used to make today’s Rosé. This give the wine a range of experiences, from fruity and sweet, to dry and crisp. There are other states that make their own Rosé, like Washington and Oregon, that add their own terroir to the bottle, increasing the diversity of the wine. The signature pink color of the wine comes from leaving the skins of the grapes on during the winemaking process.