Domaine Montrose Rose 2018
Light pink colour. Red berries and peach flavours with spicy overtones. Elegant wine combining roundness and freshness. To be drunk young. Food Pairing: Enjoy it chilled on its own or with grilled fish, sushis, grilled meat, salads...
|Region||France, Languedoc-Roussillon, Vin de Pays d'Oc|
Julien Braud Forty Ounce Rosé 2017 1LGamay Merlot and Cabernet Franc Julien Braud, born around the same time as St. Ides, grew up in the Loire. He farms organically, uses natural yeasts & ages in glass lined cement. It may seem gimmicky at first but don't let the bottle shape fool you. This is a nice crisp light weight Rose that has flavors of strawberry and a hint of melon.
Chateau d'Esclans Whispering Angel 2018 BottleFrom the very beginning (ex Mouton Rothschild) winemaker Patrick Léon crafted a lighter style of rosé, and this very much errs on the side of being fresh, clean, mineral with a white peach expression. Unoaked, vinified in stainless steel tanks, kept chilled at every stage of the process. From a blend of Grenache, Rolle, Cinsault and Syrah, all hand-harvested. Easy to see why this works so well.
Gerard Bertrand Côte des Roses Rosé 2018A wine that celebrates the Mediterranean lifestyle, this pale yet vibrant rosé is designed to be beautiful. The base of the bottle is shaped like a blossoming rose; the top is sealed with a unique glass closure. Within, fresh and bright summer fruits combine with aromatic floral notes; on the palate, it drinks fresh, full and balanced.
90+ Cellars Lot 33 Rosé 2018 BottleBright and extremely refreshing! Aromas of ripe strawberries fill the glass accompanied by mild notes of Provencal herbs, white pepper, and cotton candy. It's the ideal choice for washing down prosciutto and roasted red pepper sandwiches, nicoise salad, or crispy fried chicken.
Los Dos Rose 2018Los Dos Rose is both elegant and lively on the palate with flavors of fresh raspberry, lychee fruit, and white flowers. Fresh, with a silky mouthfeel and a long, lasting finish. Food Pairing: Pair with roasted beet salad, grilled chicken, fish tacos and other casual fare.
Dark Horse Rosé 2018Don't let the pale pink fool you, this wine's only blushing from all the attention. Most bottles of Rosé are imported or created as small batch offerings, that means a premium price tag. Fortunately, Dark Horse winemaker, Beth Liston, decided to take summer by the grapes and create a fruit-forward, Provence-style Rosé that pairs perfectly with sunshine and backyard budgets. Complex, rich fruit fruit-forward flavor. Delightfully layered fruit.