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  1. Ghost of a Chance "Grooveline" Rose Sierra Foothills 2017

    Ghost of a Chance "Grooveline" Rose Sierra Foothills 2017

    70% Mourvedre, 30% Grenache from the Sierra Foothills, just 24 cases made - as small as it gets! - and fermented with native yeast in stainless steel, the pale pink color coming from whole cluster direct press. It’s got an immediate, inviting nose of strawberries, raspberries, red cherries, and blackberries that leads into spices and herbs with a dry, grainy palate. A fresh, lively rosé with a serious edge to it. Learn More
  2. Tenuta delle Terre Nere Etna Rosato 2017

    Tenuta delle Terre Nere Etna Rosato 2017

    Etna is increasingly known for its high quality reds, less so for rosé – but this, from one of our favorite producers, shows the great potential of the volcanic mountain. The nose is gently inviting, with subtle red cherry and nectarine aromas. The palate moves on to pithy lemons, blood oranges, and tart peaches with high acidity, light tannins, and a grainy mineral texture. Perfect with Mediterranean food. Learn More
  3. Kivelstadt Twice Removed Rose 2017

    Kivelstadt Twice Removed Rose 2017

    60% Carignane, planted in the 1940s, and 40% Grenache, planted in the 1980s, from dry-farmed Venturi Vineyard in Mendocino. The Carignane is pressed immediately, while the Grenache is left overnight, resulting in an attractive pale-colored rosé. Very fresh with red fruit aromas of redcurrant, strawberry, and raspberry, as well as pretty floral notes of rose petals. With a nice grainy, mineral, drying texture on the palate, this is a lean, food-friendly rosé. Learn More
  4. Antica Terra "Angelicall" Rose 2014 (Magnum)

    Antica Terra "Angelicall" Rose 2014 (Magnum)

    $195.00 (NET)
    This is a wine quite like no other. Called a rosé, even though it looks like a red wine, because 11 separate lots were macerated for between just 3 to 9 days. Think of it as a pale Pinot with an astonishing versatility: serve it cold at the beginning of the meal with the hors d’oeuvres, and let it warm up to go with the fish and then the meat. Light, subtly fruity, grainy, textured, with a depth that belies its delicacy and a long finish that takes an age to die away. Unforgettable. Learn More
  5. La Bastide Blanche Bandol Rose 2017

    La Bastide Blanche Bandol Rose 2017

    Mostly Mourvèdre, with some Grenache, Cinsault, and Clairette, from one of Bandol’s most consistent producers. This is a more serious style of rosé, with great intensity and concentration to its aromas of strawberry, cherry pit, blood orange, melon, lavender, rose petals, and white pepper. Dry and mineral on the palate with extremely refreshing acidity, this is a rosé that’s captivating, long, balanced, and very easy to drink. Learn More
  6. Campesino "Isa" Rose 2017

    Campesino "Isa" Rose 2017

    Small production, 100% Grenache rosé which was barrel fermented and aged in neutral French oak barrels. A very engaging, fresh, and immediate nose of wild strawberries, cinnamon, all-spice, and licorice is followed by a mineral, mouthwatering palate and a long, spicy finish. A hugely enjoyable wine – the only drawback is that it will go down too easily. Learn More
  7. Clos Cibonne Cuvee Tradition Rose 2016

    Clos Cibonne Cuvee Tradition Rose 2016

    Rosés are all the fashion now, so what better time to revisit one of the originals – Clos Cibonne have been making rosé since 1797. This is weightier and more serious than most rosés, approaching a red wine in style while maintaining the freshness and vibrancy of a rosé. Deep red fruit aromas of redcurrants, strawberries, and red cherries, together with rose petals, pot pourri, and a lightly tannic texture followed by a lasting finish. Learn More
  8. Terrassen Blaufrankisch Rose 2017

    Terrassen Blaufrankisch Rose 2017

    Now, here’s something you don’t see every day – rosé from New York made with the Austrian grape, Blaufränkisch. But this isn’t a quirky gimmick, because this rosé is fantastic: fresh, crisp, slightly creamy on the palate, with light floral and red fruit aromas of roses, redcurrants, cranberries, and strawberries. Delicate and refreshing, the perfect wine to sip on over the summer months. Learn More
  9. Pierre-Marie Chermette Rose Beaujolais 2017

    Pierre-Marie Chermette Rose Beaujolais 2017

    Pierre-Marie has never made his rosé of Gamay by bleeding (that is to say, drawing the juice off a vat of red Beaujolais to make it more concentrated), instead vinifing it as a wine on its own. A cuvée in its own right, with direct pressing after 1 to 2 days maceration depending on the year. No yeast seeding, no chaptalisation, minimum SO2, pneumatic pressing. Energetic palate displaying strawberry, herbs, and orange peel with bracing acidity. Learn More
  10. Markowitsch Rose 2017

    Markowitsch Rose 2017

    A blend of 70% Zweigelt, 20% Blaufrankisch, and 10% Cabernet Sauvignon. Markowitsch’s vineyards in Carnuntum just south of Vienna are ideally situated on a slope approximately equally distant from the Danube River on one side and the Neusiedlersee on the other. Light and refreshing with balanced acidity, and notes of strawberries and red cherries. Definitely great to start with or drink all day! Learn More