Rosé all day? Of course! Especially on National Rosé Day – which falls on June 13. See below for some of our favorite picks.
- Brighten your day with Sangiacomo Family Wines first-ever Rosé. Using hand harvested Pinot Noir grapes from the family’s iconic and 100% certified sustainable Roberts Road Vineyard, the premium fruit is picked at peak freshness and delicately pressed to capture a zippy mouthwatering acidity and juicy strawberry and citrus aromatics. Crisp, bright notes of lime are balanced with ripe melon flavors on the mid-palate. As lively as a spring day, Sangiacomo Family Wines new Vin Gris of Pinot Noir is purely refreshing. This exciting and timely release joins Sangiacomo Family Wine’s line-up of awarding winning Pinot Noirs, Chardonnays and a Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon. Link to images HERE.
- Tongue Dancer Wines are crafted by veteran winemaker James B. MacPhail, who has over 20 years of experience developing wines of the highest caliber. Like all Tongue Dancer Wines, the 2019 Rosé of Pinot Noir is made from sustainably farmed varietals located along the Sonoma Coast. This wine is lively with its bright and fruity palate, a combination of Crenshaw melon, watermelon rind, and orange rind are present in every sip. The aromatics match the taste with watermelon now and laters as well as notes of fresh wild strawberries, fresh raspberries, clove, pomegranate, and wild thyme to make this rose perfectly light yet lush and refreshing. Link to image HERE.
- Love pulses through every facet of Hoopes Family Vineyard. So much more than just an award-winning winery, the Hoopes Family brand is the embrace of a family farm, a resort for rescue animals, a hotbed for innovative female winemakers, and the source of the best darn wine you’ll ever taste. The 2017 Hoopes Rosé NapaValley is no exception. The team wanted their rosé to find inspiration in their flagship wines, and to emphasize Napa’s most special grape, Cabernet Sauvignon, so they decided to make a rosé primarily from their Cabernet Sauvignon production. During fermentation of their red wines, about 10% of the juice was bled off, in the traditional Saignée method, making this rosé speak as closely as possible to their legendary home vineyard. Link to image HERE.