FAQs

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What is Rock Grace in 10 words?

A beauty and wellness drink designed as a wine alternative.

How did you come up with the name Rock Grace?

Anne combined the meaning of her son’s name, Pete (which means Rock) and her name, Anne (which means Grace).

What is the meaning behind the winged lion?

The winged lion is a symbol for St. Mark, the messenger of St. Peter, and Venice, the city of love. It represents the message of strength, love, and grace spread through Rock Grace.  The lion symbolizes self-control, self-confidence, strength, power, and courage.  A reminder of what is already inside of you, with brave wings we fly.

What is a crystal elixir?

A crystal elixir is the unique vibrational energy pattern of a combination of crystals imprinted into the energy matrix of water or simply water being influenced by the presence of crystals.  


Water is the elixir of life playing the greatest role in maintaining the quality of life.  Experts all over the world agree that water can be restructured and one of the ways is the natural and subtle emission of energy as electromagnetic waves from crystals. Water absorbs, potentializes, and stores the energy from crystals and acts as a medium to transport and carry the energy to the human body.


While the science of these transfers is yet to be fully understood until the science of quantum physics advances, crystal elixirs  have been used and accepted by cultures for thousands of years to promote well-being.

Are there crystals in Rock Grace or in the ingredients used to make Rock Grace?

No, there is no trace of any crystals in Rock Grace or in the ingredients we use to make Rock Grace.  We use a proprietary indirect method to infuse the Rock Grace with crystal energy.  We do not submerge crystals in the water used for Rock Grace or in the beverage nor do we think it is safe to do so.

Who created the Rock Grace recipe?

Anne started making Rock Grace in her kitchen for herself.  It was over a course of a year of research and trying out different mixtures of ingredients from local health and wellness stores in Seattle when she finally came up with the recipe that Rock Grace is today.  Her background in nutritional science and her love of premium wine influenced her final creation. 


Her first batch of Rock Grace was all natural, calorie and sugar free, looked identical to rosé and gave her the feel of having a glass of fine wine.  Anne knew she had created something special that didn't exist anywhere else and could help a lot of people.  She started bottling her beverage herself and doing local tastings, but realized quickly she would need to find experts in the beverage industry to help her take Rock Grace to the next level allowing her to share Rock Grace with a broader audience.  Anne found them and the rest is history.

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How do you drink Rock Grace?

Rock Grace is ready-to-drink and to be enjoyed chilled, the colder the better.  Just open a chilled bottle and pour it into your favorite glass.  We recommend drinking it out of a wine glass to enhance the tasting experience.  It can also be used to make beautiful mixed drinks.

Do you need a wine opener to open Rock Grace?

No, there is a tab to pull the capsule off and a screw cap underneath, twist off and then twist back on if you have any left.

How long is Rock Grace good for before opening?

There is a best by date on the bottom of each bottle.  Rock Grace can be stored for about a year from when it was made unrefrigerated if it is unopened.  We recommend storing it in a cool place out of direct sunlight.  Our summer release is best by 05/02/2020 and our new moon release is best by 09/04/2020.

How long is Rock Grace good for after opening?

Once opened, store in the refrigerator and it will stay good for at least a few weeks.  For the best experience, we recommend  drinking it within 3-5 days for optimal freshness and quality.

Should you drink Rock Grace if you are pregnant or breastfeeding?

Pregnant and breastfeeding woman should consult with their healthcare practitioner before consuming Rock Grace. We recommend that you don’t drink Rock Grace while pregnant because of the Schisandra Berry which there is some evidence that it is possibly unsafe during pregnancy and not enough evidence that it is safe during pregnancy.

Does Rock Grace contain ANY alcohol?

Rock Grace is non-alcoholic and is tested to contain no more than .2% alcohol after it is bottled.

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What are the nutrition facts and ingredients of Rock Grace?

Rock Grace is all natural and is calorie, sugar, sweetener, preservative, gluten, allergen, and carbohydrate free.  We do not use any artificial ingredients and use organic ingredients whenever possible.


Our ingredient list is: filtered water, rose water, natural flavors, organic rhodiola extract, organic schisandra berry extract, eleuthero extract, organic raspberry juice concentrate

Where do the adaptogens in Rock Grace come from?

The adaptogens we use are carefully and ethically sourced from different areas of the world where they can thrive and can be harvested at their optimal potency.  All adaptogens in Rock Grace undergo a series of rigorous quality checks.  The adaptogens are extracted at an organic farm in the Pacific Northwest with a process that assures optimal extraction of the herbs bioactive flavonoids and delicate flavor.  Herb identity is assured via macroscopic and organoleptic analysis, then confirmed through methods such as HPTLC fingerprinting specific to each herb.

How much of each adaptogen is in Rock Grace?

Adaptogens per serving size (375 mL):

Organic Rhodiola Extract- 245 mg

Eleuthero Extract- 215mg

Organic Schisandra Berry Extract- 230 mg

Can I drink a whole bottle of Rock Grace in one sitting?

Yes, you can.

Can I sell Rock Grace at my store or serve it in my restaurant?

Yes! Please email us at anne@rockgrace.com with details about where you'd like to sell or serve our products and we will provide you with wholesale pricing and logistics.

Other questions?

We want to be as transparent as possible.   Please email any other questions you have to anne@rockgrace.com