It’s Okay To Drink Rosé
Surely you've heard the news. Afterall, we've been shouting it for years. Yet still we find that some refuse the pink drink. No, we're not talking pink lemondade or some weird strawberrytini. We're talking rosé. And when we talk rosé we're not talking the sweet stuff. We're talking bone dry, lip smacking deliciously light and crisp Spring and Summertime sippers that will refresh your palate and leave you wanting more and more. Here's a selection of what's currently available. And just in case you're not sure about this whole pink drink thing, drop by on Saturdays. We always have a few open for you to try.
All wines are available in store or by email. We'll have them live on the site as soon as we can. THere's plenty more to come. We're just waiting for the inventory to arrive!
2011 La Ferme Saint Pierre Cuvee Juliette - $17 per bottle
2011 VRAC Rosé - $11 per bottle
2011 Bodegas Santalba Ermita Rosado - $14 per bottle
2011 Anne Pichon Gris Montagne - $14 per bottle
2010 El Coto Rosado - $10 per bottle
2011 Laurent Miquel Rosé - $10 per bottle
2011 Domaine de Fontsainte Gris de Gris - $15 per bottle
2011 Chateau Ferry Lacombe "Hadeus" - $13 per bottle
2011 Petit Rimauresq Cotes de Provence - $18 per bottle
2011 Fisher Unity Rosé - $24 per bottle
2011 Robert Sinskey Vin Gris of Pinot Noir - $35 per bottle (very limited)
2011 Maysara Roseena - $17 per bottle
2011 Coeur Esterelle Cotes de Provence - $16 per bottle