Enjoy Easy-Drinking Rose's This Weekend

I just love a true Rosé this time of year! They are so refreshing and versatile. Don’t let the color fool you! -Kristal
A true Rosé is often off-dry to dry in nature and displays appropriate fresh fruit flavors that lean toward the strawberry and raspberry side of the fruit spectrum.

A to Z Oregon Rose 2011

The A to Z Rosé is made from Sangiovese and has vibrant aromas of strawberry, watermelon, red currant, wet stone and violets developing into deeper aromas of ripe red raspberry, magnolia, Rainier cherry and blueberry.  On the palate, the wine has a bright, juicy mouthfeel and more floral and ripe fruit flavors, finally finishing crisp and leaving one wanting another sip.  Pure enjoyment!

I’m Deep Rose (Isabel Mondavi) 2011

Napa! Mondavi!! Rose!!! Just those three words and nothing else mean a can’t-miss combo. 100% Cabernet Sauvignon, this mouthwatering Deep Rosé pairs well with a wide variety of dishes from spicy Thai cuisine to roasted salmon and even Thanksgiving turkey.  Enjoy lightly chilled with Valentine’s Day chocolates, or be more adventurous and pour it over ice with a spritz of sparkling water and a slice of blood orange to try the “Isabel Rocks” cocktail.

Domaine Houchart Rose 2011

89 Points Wine Spectator
A fresh rose with a pretty salmon-pink color made from a blend of Rhone and Bordeaux varietals which were fermented separately before tank aging. The aromas reveal citrus and strawberries. Elegant flavors of red berries and watermelon with mineral notes and a clean finish. The wine is lingering, refreshing, lip-smacking and full of charm.


          Muga Rioja Rose 2011


Here’s a dry and lively rose from Rioja that refreshes and delights.  Crisp berry and watermelon aromas gain complexity from hints of cherry blossom and rhubarb and freshness from a squirt of citrusy acidity. Clean and mouthwatering on the finish, and just plain fun to drink and share.

Come in and check out the rest of our delicious Rose Section with wines from all over the world.