a solid rosé sparkler

Yeasty aromas, followed up with notes of strawberry, watermelon and mineral. A solid rosé sparkler and a steal for the price.

Peg Melnik
Press Democrat – May 2020


Winemaker Challenge

2023 Gold | 90 Points

Los Angeles International Wine Competition

2023 Gold & Best of Class | 94 Points

San Francisco International Wine Competition

2022 Gold

Los Angeles International Wine Competition

2022 Gold & Best of Class | 96 points

California State Fair Competition

2022 Silver | 93 points

San Diego International Wine & Spirits Challenge

2021 Gold | 91 Points

The Press Democrat

2020 This Week's Alternative Pick, 3-1/2 Stars

Critics Challenge International Wine Competition

2019 Gold | 90 Points

Tasting Notes




100% Stainless Steel


Pinot Noir, Sangiovese, Gamay, Zinfandel, and Chenin Blanc


7.5 grams per liter / 3.20






We use Pinot Noir, Sangiovese and Gamay lots that have a noticeable pink hue and generous strawberry and black-cherry-like flavors for our Brut Rosé. The goal is to consistently produce a rosé that is flavorful, bright and aromatic. One interesting aspect of making a rosé using the classic méthode champenoise process is the color balance. The yeast used in the bottle fermentation process removes some of the color from the California champagne, and the amount of color loss is unpredictable. To correct for this, we use a small amount of young red wine in the sweetening dosage to add a note of complexity and adjust the color back to a nice pink hue.

Korbel Brut Rosé

KORBEL Brut Rosé is delicate and crisp, featuring bright flavors of strawberry, cherry and melon. Its medium-dry, slightly sweet style makes it one of the most versatile, food-friendly varietals.

Enjoy with

Grilled shrimp, pizza, smoked meats, beets, blue cheese

Available sizes

  • 750ml
  • 187ml (single and 4pk)


Korbel Brut Rosé

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