greet the warm weather with a Rosé

Rosé wines are an ideal pick for these warm evenings that have arrived. These wines are highly versatile and great with any bbq or picnic.  

Rosé wines are generally made from red grapes. It depends on the country, but the popular grape varieties are Grenache, Syrah, Pinot Noir, Sangiovese and Cinsault. Their pink color depends on the amount of time the grape skin stays in contact with the juice. The longer the grape skins are left sitting on the wine, the darker the color of the finished rosé.

We have over 25 Rosé Wines to try and here are a few to get you started….

Ercavio Rosado 2015
Made from100% Tempranillo
This Rosé has crisp aromas of red berries, such as wild strawberries.
On the palate it is fresh with pleasant red fruit character of strawberries, raspberries, red cassis and a touch of citrus fruit.
The finish is marked by the good balance between fruit and acidity.

Chateau Routas
The Provence wine region of France creates Rosé more than any other style of wine and they do it well. This Rosé greets you with fresh cut watermelon and ripe peach aromas and palate is alive wild strawberries and hints of mineral notes. Enjoy the crisp acidity and a refreshing finish. 

Vino Rosé 2015
Made from 100% Sangiovese grapes from Washington.

Charles and Charles Rosé
Made from 100% Syrah.  The aromas of watermelon, grass, wet stones and citrus still dominate and they carry through the palate, but in a more dynamic way finishing with bright acidity. Pair with some grilled salmon.

Whispering Angel Rosé
This dry Rosé is a refreshing and crisp summer treat. Whispering Angel is crafted by Chateau D’esclans in Cotes de Provence, Rhone, France. It’s made from a carefully balanced blend of Grenache, Rolle, Cinsault, Syrah, and Mourvedre. In the glass, the Whispering Angel has a beautiful light colored pale pink rose and salmon hue to it. It has beautiful aromas of tropical summer fruit and strawberry .
The opening palate is bright, young, crisp and refreshing. There are big hints of ripe red raspberry, strawberry and apricot. Bits of mild citrus become more evident on the mid-palate, backed by additional red berry notes. 

Infinite Monkey Theorem Rosé
The best grab and go option. This Rosé comes in 4 pk cans that are easy to open, easy to drink, and easy to recycle. The
intense strawberries and raspberries burst on the palate with light carbonation, great acid and a hint of residual sugar.