2021 Le Petit Balthazar Rosé (Pays D’Oc, France)
Sustainably farmed rosé from the South of France! This wine is made with 100% Cinsault and is extremely drinkable. The nose is dominated by a bouquet of red berries and sea breeze, and the palate is lean, fruity, and balanced with a nice minerality. Try this with olive tapenade, spicy Fra Diavolo, or sashimi.
2021 Landhaus Mayer Rosé (Niederösterreich, Austria)
Made from Austria’s most famous red grape Zweigelt, this rosé shows aromas of red cherry and plum, with a faint aroma of spice. Clean, refreshing, and very crushable, this rosé is a great way to start off a meal, and it pairs especially well with seafood paella and soft cheeses.
2021 Château Nicot Bordeaux Rosé (Bordeaux, France)
Rosé from Bordeaux is not very common in the wine world, but this wine makes a very compelling argument! Composed of mostly Cabernet Sauvignon with a touch of Merlot for body & texture, this is a slightly fuller bodied rosé that shows prominent strawberry & white floral aromas with a long finish.
2021 Finca Wölffer Rosé (Mendoza, Argentina)
This rosé is made with no less than 8 different grape varietals! The majority of the blend is Malbec and Pinot Noir, but notably includes a little Chenin Blanc & Torrontés for a gorgeous nose. Aromatically, look for pear, baked apple, and fresh hay, with a dry, savory finish that is generous on the minerality. Great with turkey or veal, and of course, shellfish!