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Per Linda Cerasuolo 2013 750ml
Per Linda Cerasuolo 2013 750ml
Price: $12.99

Offering a light pink blush complemented by aromatics of dew-laden roses and the pleasing saline mineral tones, this wine complements its ripe bosc pear and smooth flavor of vine-ripened blackberry with a gentle but persistent acidity and fruit-forward flavor. Proof that quality does exist under $15 a bottle, Per Linda Cerasuolo has become a signature on our shelves and is one of our best-selling wines for easy drinking at the table or for pouring at a gathering of friends. Cerasuolo, the Abbruzzese word for "rosé," shows us how delicious and practical a blush wine from the Montepulciano grape can be; pair it with classic fish dishes of the Adriatic (prawns, clams, or fish stew), as well as pizza and tomato-based pastas.
Per Linda Cerasuolo 2014 750ml
Per Linda Cerasuolo 2014 750ml
Price: $12.99

This wine bursts with an optimistic blush hue, a signal of its aromatics that blend roses, violets, saline minerals, and ripe orchard and berry fruits. Fresh yet round, this wine holds a delightful tension in its mouth-feel that is at once energetic and satisfying. Proof that quality does exist under $15 a bottle, Per Linda Cerasuolo has become a signature on our shelves and is one of our best-selling wines for easy drinking at the table or for pouring at a gathering of friends. Cerasuolo, the Abruzzese word for "rosé," shows us how delicious and practical a blush wine from the Montepulciano grape can be; pair it with classic fish dishes of the Adriatic (prawns, clams, or fish stew), as well as pizza and tomato-based pastas.
Per Linda Cerasuolo 2015 750ml
Per Linda Cerasuolo 2015 750ml
Price: $12.99

Domaine Laurens Marcillac Rose 2015 750ml
Domaine Laurens Marcillac Rose 2015 750ml
Price: $18.99

Bright pink in the glass, this ’15 bottling offers electric elegance, bursting with red berries and citrus fruits, spice and wildflowers. Dry and fleshy, this Marcillac rosé offers bitter cherry and raspberry flavors, making it perfect for wine-lovers looking for a fruit-driven wine reminiscent of a Pinot Noir rosé. This mono-varietal Fer Servadou, called “Mansois” locally, grows on steep terraces with red clay soils just west of Rodez in Languedoc, on a hillside terrace at 1,000-1,600 feet above sea level. Domaine Laurens, organic and family owned and operated, harvests its Fer Servadou by hand in early October, destemming, pressing, and using the saignée method to craft its deep cherry rosé.
Mas de Gourgonnier Rose 2014 750ml
Mas de Gourgonnier Rose 2014 750ml
Price: $18.99

If you enjoy a full-bodied, muscular rosé, then Mas de Gourgonnier 2014 Rosé is the wine for you; a blend of 60% Grenache, 18% Cabernet Sauvignon, 11% Cinsault and the remainder Mourvedre and Syrah, this sexy rosé embodies the terroir of Provence. Fragrant red berry and floral scents are lifted by chalky mineral and white pepper notes and pick up a deeper cherry pit quality with air. Juicy and smooth in texture, this wine offers tangy acidity adding bite to ripe raspberry and cherry flavors, and the wine’s peppery notes give cut to the finish, which clings with good persistence and gentle sweetness.
Domaine Laurens Marcillac Rose 2014 750ml
Domaine Laurens Marcillac Rose 2014 750ml
Price: $18.99

Ripe red berries and blood orange appear on the spice-accented nose, and these notes echo on the palate. Dry and fleshy, with superb depth, this Marcillac rosé offers bitter cherry and raspberry flavors, making it perfect for wine-lovers looking for a fruit-driven rosé reminiscent of a Pinot Noir rosé. This mono-varietal Fer Servadou, called “Mansois” locally, grows on steep terraces with red clay slopes just west of Rodez in Languedoc, on a hillside terrace at 1,000-1,600 feet above sea level. Domaine Laurens, organic and family owned and operated, harvests its Fer Servadou by hand in early-October, destemming, pressing, and using the saignée method to craft its deep cherry rosé.
Fischer Cabernet Franc Rose 2014 750ml
Fischer Cabernet Franc Rose 2014 750ml
Price: $19.99

Bursting with juicy red berries, crushed wildflowers, sun-warmed earth, fresh herbs and  citrus zest, this bright pink mono-varietal Cabernet Franc Rosé looks like spring incarnate. This is an elegant, fresh wine that’s surprisingly complex, and there’s no question that it over-delivers on its under $20 price point. Deriving from almost forty-year-old Cabernet Franc vines, the grapes for this wine ferment and age in stainless steel in order to maintain a purity of terroir and transparency of grape varietal.
Nigl Zweigelt Rose 2011 750ml
Nigl Zweigelt Rose 2011 750ml
Price: $19.99

Domaine La Blaque Coteaux de Pierrevert Rose 2016 750ml
Domaine La Blaque Coteaux de Pierrevert Rose 2016 750ml
Price: $19.99

Honeyed orchard and berry fruits, savory herbs, citrus zest, tropical white flowers, and crushed river rocks cavort in this voluptuous yet vibrant ’16 Rosé. Remarkably precise for its ripe year, this wine is intense yet balanced, offering nice breadth and a lingering acidity. From the small appellation of Coteaux de Pierrevert located in the Provençal Alps, this delicious rosé is equal parts direct press Grenache and Cinsault, blended with 20% Vermentino and 10% Syrah, both saignée method; perched 1,400 feet above sea level, the thirty-year-old, southeastern-facing, organically tended vines grow in shallow clay-limestone soil on bedrock, adding minerality to the wine. La Blaque uses slow cool fermentation and no malolactic fermentation to make its rosé, allowing the terroir to speak.
Il Conventino Rosato 2016 750ml
Il Conventino Rosato 2016 750ml
Price: $19.99

The product of a classic, ripe vintage in Toscana, this ’16 Rosato wafts with Sangiovese’s juicy cherries and berries, crushed wildflowers, fresh Tuscan earth, and kisses of baking spices, all conveyed in a sprightly, food-friendly palate. Unusually concentrated and perfumed, this wine is explosive yet dry, and quite a value at less than $20 a bottle! Located at approximately 1,150 feet above sea level between Val di Chiana and Val d'Orcia in Toscana, the Il Conventino winery was one of the first in the region to adopt the practice of organic farming. This rosato is 100% Sangiovese, which sits on its skins for just two days before the juice is removed to ferment and age in stainless steel for about six months before bottling. Il Conventino makes just 300 cases of its mono-varietal Sangiovese Rosato a year.