This tribute ‘bouquet’ shows the beautiful range of rosé styles for a wine too good not to sip on all year round. Rosé is a whole category of wines that can be made from any red grape (and even some whites too) - and these 3 really show up to show a delectable diversity.
Liquid Farm, Rosé – This wine taste like it’s been bottled right from the earth. Apricot plucked right from the tree, earthy peach skins, and berries from a briar.
Jumbo Times | First Timers - Watermelon rind and just under-ripe strawberry. It’s like Ocean Spray Cranberry Juice and maybe even some Wild Raspberry Sour Straws on the finish, with a refreshing wave of liveliness and enough fruit to let you know this was grown in the California sunshine.
Domaine Les Mesclances, Charmes Rosé - This classically pale Provencal rosé is one of the smoothest we’ve tried. Baked strawberry, freshly picked Provencal herbs, and lightly brewed tea.