One of our suppliers is cleaning house on their 2018 rosés and we went for a dip. Dip in yourself and snatch up some deals.
Crisp and Dry
2018 Famille Bourgeous, Les Jeunes Vignes Sancere Rosé $18
This refreshing, very fruity rosé will seduce you with its bouquet of ripe red fruits. It’s easy to drink, fresh and particularly well-balanced in structure and aromas. Drinking great now.
Was $22 Now $18
2018 Dovecote, Rosé de France $9
Merlot and Cabernet Sauvignon
A crisp rosé from Gascony. With some heavy red grapes pressed specifically for Rosé aromas of white flowers and strawberries. Flavors of citrus, wild berries, and cranberries.
Was $16 now $9
2018 Domaine Pélaquié Côtes du Rhone Rosé $10
70% Grenache, 30% Cinsault
This crisp Rhone Rosé goes on sale to get it out the door. Lighter and more ephemeral than the Tavel.
Was $14 Now $10
2018 Clos des Luminieres L’Eclat Cotes du Rhone Rosé $16 — 1.5 liters
40% Cinsault, 30% Grenache, 20% Syrah, 10% Mourvèdre
Aromas of of strawberries, a balanced mouth feel. Red fruit and cherries complemented with notes of citrus fruits, spices, and a minerally finish. The different aromas of each grape variety increases the complexity.
Was $20 Now $16
Rosé from the Anjou region is traditionally lower alcohol, off dry, slightly sweet and very fruity. They are a good match for spicy food or simple cheese plate.
2018 Château de Brossay Cabernet d’Anjou Rosé $9
100% Cabernet Franc
An off dry (fruity) Rosé from Anjou. Notes of red berries (strawberry, redcurrant), rose, English candy, with a fresh finish of mint and white pepper. Round and smooth, with a liveliness that compensates for the soft sensation and refreshes the finish. 11% alcohol by volume
Was $12 Now $9
2018 Tête de Linotte Rosé d’Anjou $10
Gamay & Grolleau
This is a tender and fruity wine with peach aromas dominating. Very good balance between acidity and sweetness. Think nectarine. Organic. 11.5% alcohol by volume
Was $14 Now $10