San Juan Seltzer’s New Dry Rosé Flavors

Courtesy San Juan Seltzer

Spring is in the air, and if you’re already getting those Rosé-All-Day vibes, San Juan Seltzer is here for it. Riding the trend of spiked seltzers — carbonated beverages, lightly flavored and having a generally lower alcohol content than wines and microbrews — San Juan Seltzer has been producing bubbly beverages naturally flavored with regional fruits like Rainier cherry, huckleberry, and Fuji apple. The company has turned its attention to the subtle fragrance of rosé wine with its Dry Rosé and Peach Rosé flavors, now available in a 12-pack variety collection, or a single-flavor six-pack. Capturing the refreshing, more-dry-than-sweet floral notes of rosé, they both reflect the renewed interest this blush-hued wine has been enjoying, but in a lighter, effervescent cocktail. The canned seltzers are available in area stores as well at the San Juan Seltzery Taproom in SoDo.

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