Rosé

Azores Wine Company

Vulcânico Rosé

2019 vintage. Vulcanico is the entry level label for the Azores Wine Company. Heroic wine farming on infertile rocky volcanic soils where nothing else would grow with amazing results. This rosé is a multi-varietal field blend from grapes sourced from different growers. Very attractive nose combining fresh strawberries and red currants with flowers and iodine. Light and fresh with juicy red currant flavours, crispy acidity and a distinctive salinity and very good length. Amazing intensity of flavour with only 11,5 % abv. Fantastic value at 9,50 euros. Highly recommended. — 3 days ago

Hermes, Uli and 2 others liked this

Jansz Wine Company

Premium Vintage Rosé Blend

Extroverted elegance! Quite a bit of white nectarine/strawberry purée softly spread on toast and dipped in cream. Or mayhaps that it just feels like cream. Really the texture on this is exquisite. It is wearing elbow length gloves with a fuchsia satin dress and pearls. This wine is. Or maybe that’s what I feel like I’m wearing drinking it. — 11 days ago

Paul, Bob and 14 others liked this
MaJ CappS

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Is this the sparkling? I really like that - and most wines from Tasmania. Yummmmm
Ellen Clifford

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@MaJ CappS yup! Tis sparkling rosé. Tasmania is doing some great stuff with Pinot Noir these days!

Domaine L'Enclos

Côtes de Gascogne Rosé Blend 2013

Bin end rosé day, the final bottles on another of our longer term aging experiments on value wines.

Nose has Creamsicle orange sherbet, dried peach, dried raspberry, dried papaya, orange slices, white flowers and crushed granite in moist soil.

Palate has tangerine gummy bears, honey, fresh Clementine, fresh apricot, white flowers with perfect acidity, long finish, mild sweetness. A great bottle with life in the bottle still remaining!

(50% Merlot / 50% Cabernet Franc)
— 17 days ago

Amr, Ian and 38 others liked this
Severn Goodwin

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@Ian Staub I'd say it really depends, all these bottles were under $8 (just), and showed strong on release, which is likely the key. Not everything ends up a winner, we've had much better luck doing this same experiment on inexpensive German Riesling (sub-$15). The '12 & '13 are doing quite well today, so we are happy. You need to be able to appreciate the changes the wines will make, if you are patient and understand where they might go based on your experiences with aged wines, you will do ok to forget about some wines for a while. For my palate, I really appreciate rosé with a couple years age (min), current release stuff is nice but IMO the youthful acidity can cloud the structure. I like acidity, but like palate complexity more and that usually shows with 1-2Y of age on most rosé. There is always an exception, some are built for the long haul though, Cotat, Simone, RLD Heredia, Enderle & Moll, they will hold 8-10+ without concern.
Josh Morgenthau

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Very cool. I’ve definitely forgotten about sub $20 bottles not normally considered age-worthy and found them to be magical on opening. ... never had the guts to do it intentionally though. Seems like a great way to learn more about bottle evolution in general.
Ian Staub

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@Severn Goodwin well said, thank you.

Preignes le Vieux

Paradis Languedoc Rosé Blend

Vintage 2019 | playful smell with minerals, a bit stinky (positive) if tasted blind I would have thought white wine, salty, what a joy! | Paired with lemon sole / limande | second day, hotter, and even more appreciation. Provence rosé is made for 30 degrees plus days. — 6 days ago

Ronald, Eric and 14 others liked this

Sergia Arcuri

Il Marinetto Calabria Rosé Blend 2019

Electric orange, extraordinary colour. Pale saline nose. Palate is a shapeshifter, strawberry, rose petals, very floral. Finish is fabulously rustic—astringent and tannic, as if to jolt you out of a stupor. Worth seeking out. — 5 days ago

Alsu Shakirova
with Alsu
Josh, ES and 9 others liked this

Henri Gaillard

Côtes de Provence Rosé Blend 2018

Alder Yarrow
8.9

Watermelon rind and berries with a citrus snap. Your new house rosé? Shoulda bought more bottles. Chill it and kill it! — 2 days ago

Josh, Scott and 9 others liked this

G.D. Vajra

Rosabella Rosato Langhe Rosé Blend 2018

Lovely rosé with notes of strawberries, nectarines, green tea, and a whole bouquet of fresh-cut flowers. — 3 days ago

Shay, Ryan and 22 others liked this
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Nice tomato harvest!
Eric LaMasters

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@Andrew Steffensmeier thanks! I’m eating tomatoes twice a day and it’s still hard to keep up with them. I’d be happy to share if you want any!

Cantina del Signore

Metodo Classico Millesimato Extra Brut Rose 2016

Champagne method. 100% rose. From alto Piemonte about an hour North of the Langhe. Producer’s main wine is gattinara.

extremely fine bubbles

Nose incredibly floral - roses. Savory. Incredibly elegant.

Palate is rainwater-infused cherries. A kiss of mint. A hint of savoriness and lovely balancing acidity. Saline. Some plum skin. Very vibrant.

Bought from fass selections
— 8 days ago

Neil, Keith and 4 others liked this

Faire la Fete

Crémant de Limoux Brut Rosé

Light salmon in color.

Fruity nose with raspberries, strawberries, lemons, citrus, bread, green apples, grapefruits, spices, minerals and yeast.

Medium plus in body with medium plus acidity. Refreshing with medium sized bubbles.

Dry on the palate with citrus, green apples, grapefruits, bitter herbs, spices, yeast, strawberries, minerals, sea salt and white pepper.

Medium finish with tangy limes.

This is a nice surprise. A very elegant sparkling wine from France. Easy drinking with a nice mouthfeel. Shows nice complexity and good by itself or with food.

I paired it with a nice day by the pool.

Made in the traditional method.

12.5% alcohol by volume.

89 points.

$20.
— 15 days ago

Trixie, Peter and 19 others liked this

Bloomer Creek Vineyard

Half Moon Rosé Blend 2019

Fresh breeze by the west coast sea.

Clementines, great carbonation. Really enjoying this rose. Beautiful sipping wine.
— 6 days ago

Eric, Mike and 4 others liked this