Winemakers and grape growers are giving high praise for the quality of this year’s Sonoma wine grape harvest which will also be remembered as one of the earliest ever. 2015 capped off a growing season that produced clean and healthy grapes. However, after years of plentiful harvests, California's water shortage finally caught up with the Sonoma County vines. The lower yields have resulted in wines of great fruit intensity.


Our 2015 Matthew Fritz Rose was sourced from some of the best vineyards the Sonoma County appellation. Due to our value pricing and the high quality of the fruit, the provenance of these grapes is protected by non­disclosure agreements. This said, the fruit from these vineyard sources regularly go into wines that retail for more than $20 a bottle. This wine is sourced from 70% Russian River Valley and 30% Alexander Valley,


Matt Bonanno and Fritz Stuhlmuller make the blends at Stuhlmuller Vineyards in Healdsburg and bottle Matthew Fritz in Geyserville in Sonoma County.

Winemaker Notes

Our 2015 Rose is a pale salmon color. It’s fresh and loaded with light red fruits. The middle palate has flavors of Honey and Apricot. Our rose is balanced with acidity and is smooth and sleek in the mouth.

Suggested Retail Price $12.00

Composition: Blend of PN, Zin, PS, CS and Chard

Ageing: Stainless steel

Alcohol: 14.2%

Production: 1250 cases

Bottled: March 2015

2015 MF Sonoma County Rosé