Here we show some of our most popular Rosé. Stop in to see our complete selection.
Domaine De Niza Rosé
Languedoc, France - A fruit-forward and fresh tasting Rosé, this wine is expertly blended from three grape varieties grown in three different terroirs: limestone; villafranchian (river pebbles) and basalt. It consists of 40% Syrah, 40% Grenache noir, 20% Mourvèdre
Crios Rosé of Malbec
Mendoza, Argentina - This Rosé is full of body. It starts with beautiful aromas of wild strawberry, red cherry and hints of spice. Flavors of strawberries and young cherries come rushing in, accompanied by some spice notes and a clean, dry finish.
Bernard & Griffin Rosé of Sangiovese
This Rosé is the winner of the Sweepstake Award for Best Rosé in the 2016 San Francisco Chronicle Wine Competition — the largest American wine competition in the world. This is the 10th time that Barnard Griffin’s Rose has won Gold or better in this competition. With a luscious array of strawberry, melon and cranberry notes are backed-up by crisp, palate-cleansing acidity the flavors last through the long, satisfying finish. Exciting and fragrant! A serious, dry, food-friendly Rosé that can accompany a broad range of cuisine choices or is equally outstanding as a stand-alone sipper.
R. Stuart Big Fire Dry Rosé
Oregon - From R. Stuart winery this Rosé blend of Syrah, Pinot Noir and Pinot Gris starts with pink grapefruit, mandarin orange and the bouquet of scents from a fresh fruit stand. A slight tartness from cherry and cranberry flavors balanced by a creaminess on the palate and a little pepper on the finish.
Carol Shelton Wild Thing Rosé
Mendocino, CA - A refreshingly crisp Rosé, this wine is a light cranberry color with juicy strawberry-watermelon fruit aromas. It has a nice minerality with a hint of pink grapefruit flavors.
South Africa - This Cabernet Rosé starts with an initial burst of ripe grapefruit and hints of fresh strawberries, followed by clean mineral notes. With a fresh texture and vibrancy the aromas find their full expression on the palate with a touch of minerality.
Carmela Benagas Rosé
This tasty Cabernet Franc Rosé from Mendoza, Argentina is an attractive cherry red color with ruby hues, exploding with different flower and fruit perfumes. The taste is intense and refreshing with flavors of cherry, strawberry and raspberry that last in the mouth.
Domaine de Fontsainte Rosé
France - This Grenache and Mouvedre blend Rosé immediately gives off notes of raspberry, cherry and freshly picked strawberries - followed by exotic aromas such as pineapple and mango. With a direct and considerable freshness, the density and richness of the fruit mingle with the superb acid vitality.