Rosés We Love

Terrassen Blaufränkisch Rosé

Terrassen Blaufränkisch Rosé

This bright and balanced rosé is loaded with flavors of red currants, strawberries, rose petals, and crushed rocks. Never heard of Blaufränkisch rosé before? This bottle is a great place to start. 
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Lieu Dit Rosé of Pinot Noir

Lieu Dit Rosé of Pinot Noir

This bright and zesty rosé is loaded with flavors of blood orange, white flowers, and juicy watermelon. We deem it perfect for sipping on sunny weekend afternoons. Produced from 100% Pinot Noir.
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La Bastide Blanche Bandol Rosé

La Bastide Blanche Bandol Rosé

Notes of tangy strawberries, blood orange zest, and herbs de Provence dominate this savory, lip-smacking wine. Blend: 72% Mourvèdre, 17% Cinsault, and 11% Grenache.
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Presqu’ile Rosé Santa Maria Valley

Presqu’ile Rosé Santa Maria Valley

Notes of strawberries, tart cherries, cream, and sea air dominate this ultra-refreshing rosé from California’s Central Coast. ‘So fresh and so clean’ is a serious understatement! Produced from 100% Pinot Noir. 
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Domaine Charles Audoin Marsannay Rosé

Domaine Charles Audoin Marsannay Rosé

This high acid rosé of Pinot Noir is loaded with flavors of strawberries, underripe raspberries, and chalky limestone. We definitely see this juice as a benchmark bottle of what rosé from Burgundy should taste like. Produced from 100% Pinot Noir. 
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Aviva Vinho Verde Rosé

Aviva Vinho Verde Rosé

Notes of citrus juice, white flower petals, and salty strawberries dominate the wine’s fizzy, fruit-driven palate. This is pure sunshine in a glass! Produced from 100% Espadeiro.
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Domaine du Gros ‘Noré Bandol Rosé

Domaine du Gros ‘Noré Bandol Rosé

This savory rosé is loaded with flavors of red fruit, blood orange, fresh cut herbs, and sea salt. The wine is perfect for drinking now, yet equally ideal for laying down in the cellar. This is Provencal perfection in one of its finest forms! Blend: 54% Mourvèdre, 25% Cinsault, 19% Grenache, 2% Clairette
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Triennes Rosé

Triennes Rosé

This classic Provençal rosé is pressed after a few hours of skin contact and is vinified bone dry. Crisp notes of strawberries, cream, tart red fruit, and white flowers dominate this wine’s insanely thirst-quenching palate. Blend: Cinsault, Syrah, Grenache, & Merlot.
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Domaine Bailly-Reverdy Sancerre Rosé

Domaine Bailly-Reverdy Sancerre Rosé

In the Glass
This savory, sustainably-produced rosé bursts with flavors of wild berries, tart red currants, chalky strawberries, and wet rocks. Looking to create a French-inspired apéro at home? This rosé is certain to elevate the experience. Produced from 100% Pinot Noir. 

Why We Love This Rosé
Pinot Noir-based rosés are known for their high levels of acidity and structured core, making them some of the more food-friendly styles of rosé on the market.  

Region/Appellation - Sancerre
Located on the far east side of the Loire Valley, Sancerre is best known for its acid-driven white wine and crisp rosé wine production, made from Sauvignon Blanc and Pinot Noir, respectively. These wines are known for their pronounced aromatics and signature smoky, chalk-driven undertones, which come from the region’s unique combination of Kimmeridgian, limestone, and silex (flint) soils. The appellation of Sancerre stretches 15 miles along the west bank of the Loire Valley and is home to 2,800+ hectares of vines. The appellation is located just 50 miles away from Burgundy’s northerly Chablis appellation, where distinct pockets of Kimmeridgian soils also dominate the land. Sancerre officially became a designated appellation in 1936, making it one of the first recognized growing regions in France. 

Behind the Bottle
Domaine Bailly-Reverdy is located in the village of Bué, just three miles from the town of Sancerre. The estate was officially established in 1956 and is now headed by the family’s third-generation, Aurélien. After studying in Beaune and Montpellier, Aurélien garnered work experience abroad in New Zealand and the USA. His global perspective has brought a breath of fresh air to the estate’s production, all of which is dedicated to sustainably-farmed Sauvignon Blanc and Pinot Noir. 

Serving Situation
They say what grows together goes together, and in the case of Pinot Noir-based rosés from Sancerre, we couldn’t agree more. In addition to top-notch wine production, this famed French region is known for its duck rillettes, fresh goat cheese, and fouaces (bread pocket turnovers stuffed with cheese, butter, or paté). Any of these would make snacks would be delightful with Bailly-Reverdy’s rosé. For a Loire-inspired apéritif hour at home, whip up a tray of these three gastronomical delights served alongside an ice-cold bottle of this delicious rosé.

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Railsback Frères ‘Les Rascasses’ Rosé

Railsback Frères ‘Les Rascasses’ Rosé

This refreshing, Provence-inspired rosé is marked by flavors of tart strawberries, citrus rind, coarse sea salt, and cream. The wine is produced from direct-to-press Cinsault (40%), Grenache (35%), and Mourvèdre (25%) and is vinified in old wood. 

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Laherte Frères Rosé de Meunier Extra Brut Champagne NV

Laherte Frères Rosé de Meunier Extra Brut Champagne NV

This remarkably expressive rosé Champagne is loaded with flavors of tart cranberry, white pepper, and chalky citrus. Produced from 100% Pinot Meunier. 
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Tresomm Rosé 'Gringolino' Valle De Guadalupe

Tresomm Rosé 'Gringolino' Valle De Guadalupe

Their one-of-a-kind varietal Grignolino rosé is marked by flavors of strawberries, red currants, lime zest, and orange rind. The wine’s ample amounts of zesty acidity leads to a lingering and lip-puckering finish. 100% Grignolino. 
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