Sip and smell the Rosé vintage 2018

Let me share with you the great selection of Rosé vintage 2018 for less that $25 bucks. They are great for upcoming May Celebrations such as Mother’s Day Brunch, Memorial Day and much more!

Jean-Luc Colombo Cape Bleue Rosé($12.99/750ml; $24.99/1.5L) – crafted in the classic Provençal style, Cape Bleue is a blend of 67% Syrah and 33% Mourvèdre. Cape Bleue is one of the first rosé wines to hit US shores every year.

Bertani Bertarose ($15.99/750ml) – created by one of the Veneto’s most iconic Amarone producers, Bertarose is a unique blend of 75% Molinara and 25% Merlot. Bertani discovered the delicate character of the Molinara grape, traditionally used in the production of Amarone, was well-suited to rosé. The addition of Merlot rounds the wine out perfectly, resulting in a discovery rosé worth adding to your line-up.

Peter Yealands Sauvignon Blanc Rosé ($14.99/750ml) – new to the US market this spring, this NZ rosé is produced from the country’s signature Sauvignon Blanc grape with just an added splash of Merlot. Yealands employs eco-friendly practices at every stage of growing and production.

Portillo Rosé ($10.99/750ml) – located in the heart of Argentina’s Uco Valley, home to some of the highest elevations on the planet, Portillo benefits from the area’s excellent growing conditions. Made from 100% Malbec, this rosé is extremely versatile and food-friendly.

Mas de la dame La Gourmande Rosé($19.99/750ml) – at the top of Les Baux de Provence sits a charming medieval village, home to the Mas de la Dame Estate. Mas de la Dame translates to “farm of the lady”, a nod to owners Anne Poniatowski and Caroline Missoffe, the dynamic female duo behind the winery. Certified organic by ECOCERT, Mas de la Dame’s La Gourmand Rosé is a blend of 60% Grenache, 20% Syrah, 10% Mourvèdre and 10% Cinsault.

Mandrarossa Perricone Rosé Costadune($11.99/750ml) – at Mandrarossa winery, located in Menfi, southwest Sicily, the native Perricone grape thrives under ample sunshine and cool coastal breezes. Waxy, and thick with dark blue skin, the lesser known Perricone grape produces a unique rosé that authentically expresses its Sicilian terroir.

A collaboration with Taub Family Selections


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