You gotta love Danica Patrick, the most successful woman in the history of American open-wheel racing. Chutzpah, skill, eloquence, endurance, grace, generosity — so many characteristics we admire! Now there’s one more stellar quality to add to this the impressive bunch — good taste, as demonstrated in her latest endeavor, Danica Rosé.
The only woman in history to win an IndyCar Series race officially retired from racing in 2018, but she hasn’t hasn’t been stuck in idle since then. She has her own athleisure collection, called Warrior by Danica Patrick. She has her own popular podcast, Pretty Intense, and she cultivated her own wine at her Somnium Vineyard in St. Helena, CA.
Recently she zoomed into a different wine region, Provence, France, where she’s assembled an all star team to produce what she hopes will be a world class wine called, appropriately enough, Danica Rosé.
You can’t help but wonder why, of all the wines in the world, did Patrick go with rosé? She provided ReallyRather with…
Danica Patrick’s 5 good reasons for Danica Rosé
The lovely and luscious Danica Rosé is the most recent of many projects from retired race car driver Danica Patrick.