Springtime is officially rosé season and if you're all about rosé all day, here's something to add to your bounty of everything blush.
Driscoll's has created rosé-flavored strawberries and raspberries, a new breed that they say look and tastes just like rosé.
The blush berries are a limited edition offering from Driscoll's, pretty and pale pink in color. They say the fruit contain the sweetness of peaches with the aromas of a good dry rosé wine.
Their pale color comes from a blend of light and dark berries mixed with sunlight.
Driscoll's did this through what they call traditional breeding methods and want customers to know they're GMO-free.
You can find them at select retailers through September.
Watch the video above as Driscoll's Farms Chef Daniel explains the berries to ABC7/KGO-TV's Kristen Sze and Reggie Aqui and gives recipe ideas as well.
Driscoll's limited edition rosé wine-flavored berries hitting store shelves