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  1. Montine "Muse" Rose Mediterranee IGP 2018

    Montine "Muse" Rose Mediterranee IGP 2018

    80% Grenache, 20% Syrah. From the Méditérranée IGP which covers Provence, this is a fresh Provençal-style rosé. Pale salmon in appearance, with aromas of cranberry, strawberry, raspberry, garrigue, and all-spice, the palate is juicy and mouthwatering, making the wine extremely refreshing and summer friendly. Very easy to drink, with enough fruit to give the wine character and substance. Learn More
  2. Kanpai "Hi No Tori" Cabernet Sauvignon Napa Valley Rose 2018

    Kanpai "Hi No Tori" Cabernet Sauvignon Napa Valley Rose 2018

    Rosé from Napa Cabernet Sauvignon! This is the second release of this rosé – made by Steve Matthiasson, this was one of our most popular rosés last year. An attractive salmon color, with herbal, floral aromas on the nose and strawberries, red cherries, and blackcurrants, followed by a lightly creamy palate and very refreshing acidity. A rosé with substance and character, but easy to sip on. Proceeds partially go to Napa Fire Relief. Learn More
  3. Minus Tide Rose of Carignan Mendocino 2018

    Minus Tide Rose of Carignan Mendocino 2018

    The fruit for this delicious, refined rosé comes from 110-year-old Carignan vines west of Hopland in Mendocino, where it’s cooler and the grapes are organically dry-farmed. The wine is fermented with native yeast, so there’s great depth and concentration. The nose is particularly pretty, with aromas of rose petals, red fruits, and dried herbs leading on to a palate with fresh acidity and a gentle grip. Learn More
  4. Pasaeli Calkarasi Rose Aegean Turkey 2018

    Pasaeli Calkarasi Rose Aegean Turkey 2018

    Çalkarasi (pronounced chal-car-ah-seh) is an Aegean grape known for making high-quality rosé due to its naturally high acidity and relatively low alcohol. This is a deliciously tasty rosé, fresh and mouthwatering with aromas of strawberry, pomegranate, peach, apricot, melon, and mango, as well as cinnamon and a round, creamy mouthfeel. Perfectly refreshing on its own, or drink it with spicy food. Learn More
  5. Shypoke Rose of Charbono Calistoga 2018

    Shypoke Rose of Charbono Calistoga 2018

    An unusual rosé from one of Napa’s traditional grape varieties, Charbono, which provides a gentle, crunchy fruitiness of red cherry, plum, and blackberry as well as aromas of rose petals and pot pourri. The grapes are picked early and then whole-cluster pressed to extract just a small amount of color and aroma for this very delicate rosé. Light, fresh, and lean, with a subtly creamy core, this is a delicious, extremely refreshing rosé perfect for the summer months. Learn More
  6. Domaine du Dragon Rose Cotes de Provence 2018

    Domaine du Dragon Rose Cotes de Provence 2018

    33% Syrah, 32% Grenache, 22% Cinsault, and 13% Rolle. In the picturesque rolling Provençal hills above the Côte d’Azur, the high-altitude terraces have soils rich in gravel and limestone, giving an unusually mineral terroir for the region. Textured and fruity, with aromas of lemon zest, strawberries, raspberries, red plums, and pepper. Drink on its own, at a barbecue, or with sweet/spicy Asian cuisine. Learn More
  7. Le P'tit Paysan Rose 2018

    Le P'tit Paysan Rose 2018

    61% Mourvèdre, 34% Grenache, 5% Cinsault. This is a very tasty rosé, with the perfect balance between fresh acidity and juicy fruitiness. On top of the strawberry, raspberry, blackberry aromas, there are herbs (thyme, rosemary) and spices (cinnamon, pepper) leading into a palate with a subtly creamy mouthfeel. Extremely refreshing, and everything you want from a rosé at a great price. Learn More
  8. Arnot Roberts Touriga Nacional Rose 2018

    Arnot Roberts Touriga Nacional Rose 2018

    From Luschinger Vineyard in Clear Lake, Lake County, and planted at over 400m/1300ft elevation, this unusual, serious rosé is made from the great Portuguese grape Touriga Nacional. In the Portuguese tradition, whole clusters are trodden before receiving 24 hours of skin contact. Fermentation is with native yeast, without any MLF. Full of delicious wild cherry, Mandarin orange, Indian spice, pink rose, and violet aromas. Learn More
  9. 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
  10. 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