Deep Canyon Cellars is a house label sold by Los Angeles wine shop Wally's. According to Wally's website , "the group who produces it for us also makes one of the most expensive wines in the world, but that's all we can reveal!" Very coy. They do reveal that Au Bon Climat produces their Chaparral Chardonnay, so it's hard to dispute the quality of the name behind the label, whatever it is. The grapes are from Santa Barbara County and, if memory serves, the price tag was about $12 for this rose. It's made from Sangiovese. I had this wine a couple of summers back, and it was delicious.
The nose shows a lot of fruit coming out of the glass, strawberry mostly. I also detect a bit of a raspberry note. The mouthfeel is a little heavier than most rosés. If you don't mind that, and I certainly don't, you have a very refreshing drink that sips almost like a red with good acidity and a nice finish. It's better chilled than not, so I would think it's well suited to summertime quaffing. I find it gains a bit of complexity after it's been open a few days.