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Rosé all May! New SIP Pack


Summer is just around the corner and we couldn’t be more thrilled! Celebrate with our Rosé all May SIP Pack now up on the site. Thoughtfully curated to include a spectrum of our favorite styles from refreshing and dry to fuller bodied to sparkling. Also, perfect for Mother’s Day! $90/pack, free shipping to CA and OR, $15 shipping to NY.

We're fully embracing rosé all day with this perfectly curated combination. Each of these rosés are slightly different in style but all are refreshing, balanced and easily quaffable!

Poe Rosé
A lovely blend of Pinot Noir and Pinot Meunier is wine country summer in a glass! From winemaker Samantha Sheehan who founded POE in 2009 to showcase the beautiful terroir of California, this is a light, bright and poised style of rosé with aromas of rose petal, grapefruit and stone fruit with apricot being the predominant player. Pair with sushi, grilled prawns and goat cheese

Matthiasson Rosé
This is a stunning blend of Syrah, Grenache, Mourvedre and Counoise from husband-wife team Steve and Jill Matthiasson in Napa Valley. If you love Provencal style rosé this is for you! Refreshing notes of grapefruit, raspberry and white flowers. Pair this with frittata, farfalle with snow peas, grilled fish and sipping on the porch with friends (at a safe distance of course)!
Post & Vine Rosé
This Rosé of Carignane is a fresh and bright expression of old-vine Carignane.  Opening with fresh strawberries, rose water, and watermelon rind and finishing with flavors of melon, white peach, and a distinct saline element, this beautiful crisp rosé wine is perfect for summer days and warm-climate cuisine.
Ultraviolet Sparkling Rosé
A sparkling is an elegant blend of Cabernet Franc and French Colombard made using the Charmant method resulting in a playful, fruit-driven California sparkling. Perfect for sipping at brunch and throughout any meal with its notes of strawberry, orange blossoms and grapefruit. Pair is with french toast, eggs benedict or a Mother's Day toast!

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