Pietro Family Cellars, Wines




Crémant Méthode Traditionnelle, used to produce our Brut Rosé, is a method used internationally outside the Champaign region of France to produce sparkling of elegance. The first fermentation of Chardonnay is 10% in French oak barrel and 90% stainless, adding depth and creaminess. Pinot Noir is fermented in stainless steel. The second fermentation of Pinot Noir and Chardonnay happens in a large sealed stainless steel tank, trapping the carbon dioxide. As the pressure builds, the entire tank of wine carbonates at once.

The Wine

Our Sparkling Brut Rosé is produced using the Cremant Méthode Traditionnelle, which creates a fine sparkling with secondary fermentation occurring in a pressurized stainless steel tank. It is a blend of Pinot Noir with a little Chardonnay, featuring refined bubbles for a classic sparkling experience. A refreshing wine meant to drink young!

Tasting Notes

A richly textured sparkling with enticing aromas of fresh floral notes followed by flavors of cranberry and strawberry. The mouthfeel has weight with a touch of luxurious complexity and an elegant finish of crisp acidity.


The vineyards are from the Anderson Valley Appellation.

Food Pairing

Try Gabrielle’s Brut Rosé with Raspberries or make a Mimosa with blood orange juice. Perfect for brunch and Happy Hour. Pair with shellfish- shrimp, crab, lobster; and with fish- salmon, halibut, and sea bass. It is a refreshing partner with a wide range of cheeses. Great to just sip!


Charmant Méthode sparkling wines are not meant to age. Drinkable immediately or within a few years.