Querencia is a brut rosé produced solely from fruit grown in the Napa Valley Carneros region. Chardonnay forms the blend’s
core, providing an elegant, crisp, and tangy palate. Small additions of Pinot Noir, fermented with skin contact, add berry
brightness and color. This brut rosé sparkling wine is hearty enough to compliment the robust flavors of Mediterranean cooking
and delicate enough to be served with a truly broad range of appetizers.
Proceeds from the sale of Querencia contribute to the Jack L. Davies Fund, which supports agricultural preservation and education
efforts in Napa County. Established by the Davies family in 1998, upon the passing of Schramsberg founder Jack Davies, the
fund builds on his 30-year legacy as a strong advocate for the protection of agricultural land. Jack played an instrumental role in
the establishment of the Napa Valley Agricultural Preserve in 1968, which has become a national model for the conservation of agricultural lands.
Querencia was named by James Hickey, the Napa County planning director at the time of the establishment of the agricultural
preserve. The name is a Spanish word meaning “the deep and abiding affection one has for the place one calls home.” It refers to
the sense of being nourished by the place in which you belong and the balance that exists between the land and its stewards.