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Our Favorite Rosés to celebrate the month of LOVE!

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1.) Sparkling Brut Rosé, Graham Beck, Western Cape, ZA

Tim Atkin: 91 Points

Founded in 1983, Graham Beck Wines and its Robertson estate in South Africa represent the Beck Family's dedication to excellence. At its helm is Graham's son Antony Beck, who remains deeply invested in the business and focused on maintaining the brand's global reputation for impeccable quality and constant innovation. Their Winemaker Peter Ferreira is known across the globe as "Mr. Bubbles!"

Tasting Notes: Light yeasty aromas, fresh fruit notes on the nose and rich creamy complexity on the palate. The exceptionally fine mousse contributes to the freshness and finesse.

 was: $22.95 Now: $18.95





2.) Rosé, Fleur De Mer, Cotes de Provence, FR, 2020

Wine Enthusiast: 90 Points

Fleur de Mer is a celebration of Provence and is evocative of the region's distinctive charming blend of vineyards, gardens, and coastline. The grapes for Fleur de Mer are grown in France's A.O.C. Côtes de Provence, in what they call the "golden triangle" between Cuers, Pierrefeu and Puget Ville – focusing almost exclusively on Rosé wines.

Tasting Notes: Ripe, soft and perfumed, this is an immediately attractive wine in a classic style. It has a slightly saline character, with pepper and zesty orange flavors.

was: $22.95 Now: $18.95





3.) Rosé "BY.OTT", Domaine Ott, Cotes de Provence, FR, 2020

James Suckling: 91 Points

In 1896, after a tour of France's many vineyards, Marcel Ott, a young graduate in agronomy engineering, finally found an estate that inspired him. Today, 120 years later, cousins Christian and Jean-François Ott dedicate their life to their ancestor's love for the site. Christian and Jean-François run three estates – each of these properties has its own individual charm and personality – and are very proud of their extremely elegant Rosé, red and white wines.

Tasting Notes: Plenty of sliced strawberries and peaches with citrus and perfume. Medium-bodied, showing lovely fruit and balance. Creamy finish.

was: $21.95 Now: $18.95





4.) Rosé "Whispering Angel", Côtes de Provence, FR, 2019

James Suckling: 92 Points

Created by Sacha Lichine following his acquisition of Château d'Esclans in 2006, his vision was to create the greatest rosés in the world igniting the "Rosé Renaissance." Sacha introduced new and innovative winemaking techniques to Provence which revolutionized the styles of rosés being produced from this region. This led to the creation of Whispering Angel, a world class rosé which presents both ease and accessibility making for enjoyment and pleasure.

Tasting Notes: Very pale apricot-pink color. Delicate aromas of sliced apple, cream and stones follow through to a medium body and crisp acidity. Deliciously creamy and smooth.

was: $22.95 Now: $19.95





5.) Rosé "La Croix", Peyrassol , Provence, FR, 2020

Robert Parker: 91 Points

With almost 800 years of existence, the Commanderie de Peyrassol is considered a landmark in the history of Provence. More than a winery, the Commanderie has thrived for centuries as a sanctuary for gathering travelers, all the while, holding true to its precious values of hospitality and conviviality. Inspired by the values at the origin of the estate: a sense of place, of great energy and centuries old commitment to hospitality, Peyrassol is now, more than ever, synonymous with great wines and celebrated generosity across the world.

Tasting Notes: An intense rosé that demands attention. It hints at passion fruit at first, then broadens out to include notes of pink grapefruit, red currant and even a touch of peach, but it always retains a sinewy structure and bright acidity.

 was: $18.95 Now: $15.95





6.) Rosé, Moody's Potion, Sonoma, CA, 2019

Mr. Moody's Potion is all about the fun of winemaking. The alchemy of mixing things together and making something magical. The North Coast AVA provides the incredible grapes that make these wines truly shine. By applying time-honored winemaking processes, we are able to showcase the complexity and flavor produced in this extraordinary region.

Tasting Notes: Experience a tropical fruit flavor explosion with hints of ripe cherry. The perfect amount of acidity provides balance and a long finish will leave you coming back for more.

was: $16.95 Now: $12.95





7.) Le Rosé, Lapostolle, Apalta Vineyard, CL, 2020

James Suckling: 92 Points

Domaines Bournet-Lapostolle (DBL) is one of Chile's most dynamic and influential winemakers. In 2005, DBL's icon wine Clos Apalta made history by becoming the first and only South American wine to date to ever be ranked #1 of the famous Top100 of Wine Spectator. Today, DBL continues to produce wines that express the family's taste and the unique terroirs of Apalta, Chile.

Tasting Notes: Very attractive sliced peach and hints of cherry and watermelon in the nose and palate. Medium body. Fruity and fresh.

 was: $17.95 Now: $14.95





8.) Rosé, Daou, Paso Robles, CA, 2020

Wine Enthusiast: 91 Points

Gracefully perched atop a stunning promontory at 2,200 feet, the DAOU Spanish Colonial style winery is embraced by a tangible serenity in the golden hills of Paso Robles, CA. Hawks wheel and bank while the all-day sun caresses close planted rows of lush, emerald green vines. Coupled with the infectious passion and gracious, family style hospitality of the Daou brothers, Georges and Daniel, the result is pure magic. The kind of magic that comes in a bottle.

Tasting Notes: Light peach and apricot aromas are leveled by wet rock, rose and lemon peel accents on the nose of this bottling. Melon and stone fruit flavors are splashed by a bit of citrus.

was: $24.95 Now: $21.95





9.) Sparkling Rosé, Cuvée Aurora, IT

Banfi was founded in 1978 thanks to the will of the Italian-American brothers, John and Harry Mariani. Banfi was among the seven historic houses that, claiming the Piedmont roots of traditional Italian sparkling wine, in 1990 gave the go-to project Spumante Metodo Classico in Piedmont. They have created a state-of-the-art winery combined with the most advanced science in the vineyards for the production of premium wines.

Tasting Notes: Pale pink with tint and persistent perlage. Bouquet: Intense and alluring with notes of apple, vanilla and wild rose. Taste: Round, silky and harmonious.

 was: $27.95 Now: $23.95





10.) Rosé "Esprit", Chateau Gassier, Provence, FR, 2019

Wine & Spirits: 90 Points

The Gassier family has a long history in Provence. As early as 1421, the family was recognized as part of the Provençal nobility, and in 1938 the Gassier family was granted the title of Baron. Over the years, the family's passion, hard work and experience have revealed Château Gassier's potential for excellence. In constant search of the finest expression of their unique terroir, the Château Gassier team concentrates on growing and vinifying Rosés from the Côtes de Provence and Côtes de Provence Sainte-Victoire.

Tasting Notes: A very clear Rosé with lychee shades. Notes of almond flowers with peach notes. The wine is pleasant and generous with a round body, great freshness and long lasting aromas reminiscent of fresh almond and redcurrant.

 was: $22.95 Now: $19.95