From the Phoenix New Times:
How could one possibly improve on Dos Cabezas' pink rosé? Why, by adding carbonation and putting it in a 16-ounce can, of course! We think that Sparkling Pink just might be better than the original, with a crisp effervescence and hints of green strawberry, grapefruit, and elderflower. It pairs with creamy cheeses, sweet confections, and spicy Southwestern fare, proving itself a wine of many applications. Without food, Sparkling Pink's clean and refreshing finish make it a great companion for poolside sipping, outdoor excursions, or even floating the Salt River. Best yet, its 16-ounce serving size makes it perfect for sharing.
Todd & Kelly are honored to be included in the San Francisco Chronicle's 2015 "Winemakers to Watch"... you can read the full article online here.
From the article:
"American wine is having its well-deserved moment of confidence. Our current generation of winemakers has found a particular sweet spot between diversity and quality, and The Chronicle’s 2015 class of Winemakers to Watch perfectly reflects that.
You may notice some changes this year. The main one: We’ve doubled the size of the group, from five to 10. There’s so much talent right now that it was important to broaden our roster. (In some cases, we are resurfacing talents who’ve appeared in our pages over the past year.) The net effect, hopefully, is to give you more names and wines to seek out.
I lobbied for this expansion in part because of the other change. For the first time, our annual list includes winemakers from outside California: Kelly and Todd Bostock of Arizona’s Dos Cabezas, and Scott and Dana Frank of Oregon’s Bow & Arrow.
In part, this simply matches the full West Coast scope of our Top 100 Wines — and a broader spirit of innovation on this coast. But it also reflects these couples’ crucial work in defining, or redefining, their local wine cultures.
The Franks dared to ask whether Pinot Noir, and Burgundy, should be Oregon’s only inspirations. The Bostocks have advanced not only Arizona wine quality but also its accessibility. Local wine on tap in Phoenix? Now a thing."