Louis Jadot 2019 Rosé is made up of 100% Gamay Noir grapes. The same grapes that make up beautiful fruit forward Beaujolais wines out of Burgundy, France. This wine is bright and will wake your palate up as if you just had a mouthful of tart raspberries.
VillaViva Cotes de Thau 2019 Rosé is made up of 100% Carignan grapes. This wine is the most ripe-fruit forward of the bunch, like a bowl of just picked Strawberries from the Midtown Farmers Market. Enjoy this with grilled white meats, Spinach and strawberry salad with goat cheese or pick up some Cognac from RoCo and make an awesome batch of Rosé Sangria!
Bieler Pere & Fils Aix-En-Provence 2019 Sabine Rosé is a blend of Grenache, Syrah, Cinsault, Cabernet Sauvignon and Rolle grapes. These grapes are coming from a region known as the “gold standard” of Rosé in France, Provence. Every year the blend changes depending on the winemakers thoughts on the different grapes going into the blend.