A spring day is at its best with free-flowing pink wine. Rosé comes in many shades — blush, coral, fuchsia and salmon — but what makes it exceptional is when its bone dry with tangy fruit. You will simply LOVE our lineup.
Tablas Creek Vineyard, 2016 Dianthus, Paso Robles Rosé, 14.4%, $30. This is a gorgeous rosé with great minerality and generous watermelon fruit. Hint of raspberry and cranberry. Refreshingly dry. Striking.
Balletto, 2016 Russian River Valley, Rosé of Pinot Noir, 13.4%, $18. This rosé is a knockout because of its incredible quench. What makes it a standout is it’s great minerality coupled with layered, high-toned fruit. It has notes of watermelon, strawberry and mineral. This rosé, no doubt, will turn heads.
Vaughn Duffy, 2016 Sonoma County Rosé of Pinot Noir, 14.1%, $20. A lovely rosé that’s lively and nimble. Crisp acidity coupled with bright notes of raspberry, watermelon and mineral. Finishes crisp. Impressive.
Red Car, 2016 Mendocino Ridge/Sonoma Coast Rosé of Pinot Noir, 12.9%, $28. This is an edgy rosé with tangy notes of grapefruit and bing cherry. The aroma teases you with rose petal. Bright acidity. Striking.
Alexander Valley Vineyards, 2016 Sonoma Coast Rosé of Sangiovese, 13.7%, $15. A dry rosé with layered fruit flavors — watermelon, peach and strawberry. Fetching aromas of guava and raspberry. Bright acidity. Lovely.
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