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Pink bubbles for the win


Here’s the tea: there’s never a time that a sparkling brut rosé isn’t appropriate. Having a grilled cheese? Pink bubbles. Mom just called with family drama? Pink bubble time. Your dog chewed up your favorite sandals? You’re gonna want some pink bubbles with that. Have Fractal on standby for parties, special occasions, and cringe-worthy moments alike. It’s a classic French sparkling wine with a dry, elegant bouquet of raspberries, guava, strawberries, and almond.


Grown in the famous vineyards of France


Many historical accounts will tell you that Dom Perignon created sparkling wine, but this is a myth. He was a passionate winemaker, but he actually didn’t like bubbly at first. At the time, many wines of France were coming out carbonated, while others weren’t, and no one understood why. What’s worse: they couldn’t control the carbonation, and bottles were exploding in the cellars of France. Many winemakers wore fencing masks to protect them from being blinded by the explosions! Eventually, scientists figured out what was happening, and we grew to love our sparkling wine to this very day.


Your wine and food pairing guide


Fractal is a dry, sparkling rosé with high acidity and light aromas. Balance this profile out with heavy foods that feature cream, cheese, and bread. Like you needed a reason. Some of our favorites are beer cheese and pretzels, spinach-stuffed shells, potato chowder, and chicken and dumplings.

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