And by "dry" we mean "desiccated."
When people try our Arizona Dry Rosé, they expect a not-too-sweet, lightly-red wine. So they're often a bit confused with what ends up in their glass. You see, in traditional Arizonan winemaking the wine is "aged" in the sun for several days before bottling. What results is the finest wine-powder imaginable.
One mouthful of our Rosé will have you coughing uncontrollably in pleasure. It's got all the flavors you would associate with a traditional Rosé, without that unpleasant "moist" feeling so common in wines these days. Plus, you don't have to worry about spilling wine on your white shirt! Just brush it off and forget about it.
Some (*cough cough* Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms *cough cough*) would like to strip our product of the designation "wine." How small-minded! As though being in a liquid form is somehow essential to wine. Tell that to my winemaker friends up in the Yukon. If their Syrah ice pops are wrong, I don't want to be right!