Summer Rosés 2020

With the weather heating up it’s time for a list of Summer Rosés…

  • Gerard Bertrand Côte de Rosé – You’ve seen this perpetual favorite featured on our website before, but we can’t exclude it from a summer Rosé list! Gerard Bertrand Côte de Rosé is typically described as light and refreshing. Each bottle has a unique rose pattern in glass along the bottom, making for an elegant gift.
  • Dominio de Punctum Lobetia Rosado – This Spanish Rosé is made with organic grapes, described by Lobetia as “rich and fresh.” Wine Enthusiast names Lovetia Rosado a “Best Buy.”
  • Aimé Roquesante Côte de Provence Rosé – The winemaker describes Aimé Roquesante as “fresh and subtle, with red and citrus fruit notes.” The folks at Ultimate Wine Challenge agree, awarding Aimé Roquesante a 90 pts score, adding “crushed rock, lime zest and grapefruit flesh” to their tasting notes.
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