From 1907 to 2007, the Rossi family lived and farmed 52 acres in the heart of the Napa Valley at what is now known as the Rossi Ranch. It was on this property, in 1908, that they established California’s Bonded Winery #934
. When Fred Rossi passed in 1922, Rachel Rossi, his wife and matriarch of the family took the reins. Along with her three children, Rachel kept the farm prosperous through Prohibition and the Great Depression until her death in 1958. An immigrant from Italy Rachel Rossi demonstrated the remarkable pioneering spirit that laid the foundation of the modern Napa Valley wine industry. When Frog’s Leap acquired the ranch in 2007, we committed to producing a wine to honor this capable, brave-hearted pioneer. The Rachael Rossi Reserve Sauvignon Blanc is a wine with an exceptionally deep connection to its soil and a powerful perfume in its purity. A second inhale will greet you like a long lost friend: rich apricot and freshly wetted stone aromas meet seamless flavors, superb balance and a flawless finish that speaks to its breeding. A wine to enjoy with complex food for many years to come. This small production wine can only be found at the winery. If you’d like to add a bottle to your table, please visit the link in our bio!