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2022 Rosé Round-Up!

Rosé season is almost here! I am beyond ready for the warmer months with a glass of rosé by the pool.

I asked you all on Instagram your favorite rosé or a rosé you'd like me to review. I compiled a list of the most mentioned wines! (I did not include my ride or die rosé, Gérard Bertrand Côtes des Roses rosé because it will forever take the top spot!)

Here we goooo!

Grape: Grenache, Cinsault, Syrah and Tibouren

Country: Côtes de Provence, France

Aromas: tart cherries, intense tropical fruit

Price: $22.99

Review: Such an easy drinking wine. I really enjoy the light and crispness of this wine!

Grapes: Grenache, Cinsault and Vermentino

Country: Côtes de Provence, France

Aromas: strawberries and floral

Price: $24.99

Review: Medium-bodied, well balanced, juicy red-fruit and bone dry.

Grapes: Grenache, Cinsault, Mourvèdre and Syrah

Country: Languedoc, France

Aromas: strawberries, citrus, slight spice

Price: $19.99 Review: Balanced, light and refreshing. This wine reminds me a lot of Cotes des Roses, probably because it's the same winemaker.

Grape: Pinot Noir

Country: Marlborough, New Zealand

Aromas: strong red-fruit, lime and lemon

Price: $13.99

Review: Bright acidity, crisp and fruit forward. This was the most "intense" of the wines. I think it is because of the noticeable acidity.

Grape: Chamborcin

Country: Maryland, USA

Aromas: strawberry and melon

Price: $19.99

Review: Don't let the color scare you! This wine is not as sweet as you might assume. Fruit forward with a touch of sweetness.

Releasing May 1!

Grapes: Pinot Noir

Country: Oregon, USA

Aromas: wet stone, citrus, white tea and strawberries.

Price: $22.99

Review: well-balanced and vibrant. Easy to drink. I am not generally a big fan of Pinot Noir rosé but this one is an exception!

Grapes: Grenache, Mourvèdre and Syrah

Country: California, USA Aromas: peach, citrus, orange

Price: $19.99

Review: Tangy, light and refreshing with a higher acidity. I am a sucker for a cute label and this one won me over.

Tasting rosé from different wine regions, made of different grapes and different processes was so much fun. Seeing the colors, how the different grapes and method of making the wine change the flavor and mouthfeel of the wine is just amazing.

It is extremely hard to pick just one because they are all so different, yet similar. Each of these wines have a time and a place. I would recommend all of these to you all!


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