Rosé is still having a moment and now it’s coming for berries. If you love the popular pink wine, you’ll be delighted to know that Driscoll’s, the berry company, now makes rosé in strawberry and raspberry form.
"Before you ask –no, the berries aren't infused with wine. Rather, they're naturally bred from a mix of dark berries and light berries mixed with the power of the sun to have that signature blush color." Thanks for the clarification, @foodandwine 😉 https://t.co/qdhS0VaqRf pic.twitter.com/Ts9QYMKKn8
— Driscoll's Berries (@driscollsberry) June 15, 2019
Fun fact: the blush hue of our Rosé Berries™ comes from a natural blend of light and dark berries mixed by the power of the sun!🍓☀ #RoséAllDay #FinestBerries
More info: https://t.co/bI6oXeCldJ pic.twitter.com/V7g9YitP8V
— Driscoll's Berries (@driscollsberry) June 17, 2019
The blush-colored berries, aptly named Rosé Berries, were created by a team of scientists to taste exactly like a glass of the warm weather wine. Driscoll’s says these paler strawberries and raspberries “contain sweet, peachy notes capped off with a soft, floral finish” and that their “texture perfectly complements a hot, summer afternoon.” And this is one rosé you really can throw back and enjoy all day.