Alfredo Bertolani Lambrusco Rose 2015
Tasting Notes: Forget about the inexpensive Lambrusco we all drank years ago. The Italians always kept the best for themselves — until now. Fun, easy drinking frizzante style has beautiful color and fizz. Older hillside vines yield notes of raspberries, cream and grapefruit notes. Perfect for the weekend!
Brachetto d'Aqui Rosa Regale 2015
Tasting Notes: Delightfully festive sparkler with hints of rose petals and ripe, red raspberries. Even the non-bubbly drinker would like this with desserts of dark chocolate, cheesecake and spring salads with goat cheese and cranberries.
Tasting Notes: This refreshing, crisp sparkler boasts notes of lilacs, strawberry and raspberry with a fruit-forward structure. The mouthfeel is smooth, approachable, with a bright savory mineral backbone that keeps the wine bright.
Gruet Brut Rose
Tasting Notes: Crafted from 100% pinot noir, this delicate and rich bubbly is bursting with aromas and flavors of wild strawberry. Easy acidity on the finish makes this a favorite for parties and holiday ham or turkey.
Jacqueline Leonne Rose Brut
Tasting Notes: A sparkling wine with subtlety, minerality and power that exceed expectations. The rose character of this wine grows as richness and red fruit notes like raspberries flesh out the finish.
RivaRose Brut Rose
Tasting Notes: From Provenance. Grenache and syrah artfully blended in the classic French tradition. Beautiful in the glass with fine bubbles. Reflecting its Mediterranean heritage, the perfect sparking for the beach!
Nicolas Feuillatte Demi-Sec Rose Demi-Sec Rose
Tasting Notes: An amazingly elegant Champagne with a gentle sweetness and delicate bubbles. Perfect for the special occasion or with some berry fruits and chocolate.
Nicolas Feuillette Brut Rosé
Tasting Notes: A shining example of why Champagne Nicolas Feuillette is the top-selling Champagne in France. A lovely, pale salmon in the glass, and hints of cherry and strawberry wafting up from the glass, entice you to taste it. And your efforts will be well rewarded, with wonderful texture, weight and a lingering finish.
Jaume Serra Rose Brut
Tasting Notes: Produced by the Champagne method from 60% pinot noir and 40% trepat in the world’s largest sparkling wine region. A bright ruby color leads to a bouquet of violets and not-quite-ripe berries. Bold, rich flavors of cherry and strawberry coat the palate and linger in the lip-smacking, very-dry finish. This wine is surprisingly full bodied and will complement grilled salmon, prawns, paella, or even BBQ-sauced dishes. Try it with fresh fruits, or with brunch. It is also an amazing value!
WYSIWYG Rosé 2014
Tasting Notes: A light, salmon pink color that has a very expressive bouquet revealing aromas of fresh fruit and strawberry.