Rosés are in the air!

You’re probably thinking, rosé? Again?

We at Winegardner’s love rosés. There are so many amazing options to choose from, and this year is no exception.

This week, we have chosen eight lovely rosés to share with you. And, to sweeten the deal, we’re offering Spring Special pricing this week only. Talk to your rep for details!

This selection includes a little bit of everything, from sparkling to the incredibly unique. There’s definitely a pink for everyone on this list.

If you’d like to see our complete selection of rosé wines, please talk to your rep!

BANDOL ROSÉ DOMAINE DE TERREBRUNE 2014 – Provence, France. (Mourvedre, Grenache and Cinsault) Pale salmon-flesh color; delicate aroma—zest of red grapefruit and lemon; exotic, spicy character. Great plenitude of flavors including passion fruit, and a beautiful minerally freshness which comes from the limestone soil. ORGANIC.

DOMAINE DE LA CHANTELEUSERIE 2014 – Bourgueil Rosé – Loire, France. (Cabernet Franc) Will bring the vibe to all your garden parties and sunny Sunday afternoons on the terrace.

DOMAINE D’AUPILHAC ROSÉ “LOU MASET” 2014 – Languedoc-Roussillon, France. (Mouvedre, Cinsault, and Syrah) A full-bodied yet fresh rosé such as this is not only ideal for all four seasons, but it is the perfect contender for your house pour. ORGANIC.

CHEVALIER PINOT NOIR ROSÉ 2014 – Loire, France. (Pinot Noir) Éric Chevalier grows these fine Pinot Noir grapes not far from the Atlantic coast. There’s a terrific concentration of fruit here, but also a lovely whiff of ocean breezes. Regular price:

ROSÉ BRUT 1ER CRU VEUVE FOURNY & FILS n/v – Champagne, France. (Chardonnay and Pinot Noir) With unerring finesse, the Fourny brothers create the most delicate, light, and ethereal rosé of our portfolio.

JOGUET CHINON ROSÉ 2014 – Loire, France. (Cabernet Franc) Fresh strawberries come to life in this lovely incarnation of Cabernet Franc. Bring a bottle to your next picnic and you’ll see how it makes everything taste better.

SALVARD CHEVERNY ROSÉ 2014 – Loire, France. (Pinot Noir, Gamay) No need to ponder too long: the beauty of this pale rosé is its subtlety, soft fruit, racy minerals, and refreshing acidity. Throw a bottle in your picnic basket!

AMBYTH ROSÉ 2012 – Paso Robles, California. (Grenache, Mourvédre & Counoise) Aged for eleven months in an 800 liter terra cotta vessel called Amphora; this allows the wine to breathe while aging in a neutral environment. Incredibly unique! Extremely limited production. A gentle decant is suggested. NATURAL.

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