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A ROSÉ ROOTED IN THE HEART OF PROVENCE. DRIVEN BY AN EXTRAORDINARY WOMAN’S ROAD TO EXCELLENCE.

 

 

DANICA PATRICK IS BEST KNOWN FOR HER PROWESS BEHIND THE WHEEL OF A RACECAR. SHE’S GARNERED INTERNATIONAL ATTENTION FOR BREAKING BARRIERS AND SUCCEEDING IN THE MALE-DOMINATED WORLD OF PROFESSIONAL MOTORSPORTS. SINCE RETIRED FROM RACING, DANICA HAS HER EYE ON A NEW PRIZE, BUILDING A unique ALL-STAR TEAM TO create A premium, WORLD-CLASS FRENCH ROSÉ IN ONE OF THE world’s OLDEST REGIONS TO PRODUCE WINE - PROVENCE, FRANCE.

 
 
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Danica Rosé

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DANICA PATRICK

Danica Patrick’s path to appreciating wine came from her racing days in England, where she discovered her love of wine. As her world travels took her to Asia, Australia, Europe, New Zealand and South Africa, her passion for wine led her to purchase a vineyard in Napa Valley and start her own wine brand, Somnium. Danica Rosé is just the latest expression of this passion. “My appreciation for wine and the winemaking process has grown tremendously over the past 15 years. The Danica Rosé is the type of French rosé that I enjoy drinking year-round, it is crisp and light with well-balanced acidity.” 

 
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PROVENCE,

FRANCE

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Provence is the oldest wine making region in France, where

making rosé is a specialty and a long-standing way of life thanks to a climate, terroir and grape varietals perfectly suited to this wine.

 
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 OUR WINEMAKING TEAM

 

 

DANICA SEARCHED THE WORLD OVER TO BUILD AN AWARD-WINNING WINEMAKING TEAM TO CONSULT HER ON MAKING Danica Rosé THAT INCLUDES A WORLD-RENOWNED FAMILY WHOSE WINEMAKING TRADITION DATES BACK TO THE 1790’S. 

 

 
 
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