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Anew Rose
Anew Rose

“A crisp, vibrant and dry style Rosé, made with a blend of Syrah and Sangiovese giving the wine a lovely rose color. It shows beautiful aromas of strawberry, fresh watermelon and peach”. - Wendy Stuckey, Winemaker

Jean-Luc Colombo Rose
Jean-Luc Colombo Rose

A soft, delicate pink wine with subtle hints of peach, rose petal and pepper on the nose. A surprisingly complex wine, with intriguing notes of raspberry, cherry and black olive.

Charles & Charles Rose
Charles & Charles Rose

The aromas of watermelon, grass, wet stones and citrus still dominate and they carry through the palate, but in a more dynamic way finishing with bright acidity.

Rosatello Rose
Rosatello Rose

From the fine Italian Vineyards comes Rosatello Rose, offering refreshing sweet notes of ripe strawberries and fresh, juicy cherries.

Rosatello Sparkling Rose
Rosatello Sparkling Rose

From the fine Italian Vineyards comes Rosatello Sparkling Rose, a refreshing sweet wine with notes of fresh strawberries and juicy strawberries.

Chloe Rose
Chloe Rose

The Chloe 2015 Central Coast Rosé is a Pinot Noir-based blend that is light and elegant in style. This dry Rosé is ballet slipper pink in color, offering delicate notes of fresh strawberries, raspberries and watermelon on the nose and palate. The blend is crisp and well-balanced with bright acidity and a creamy mouthfeel.

SeaGlass Rose
SeaGlass Rose

SeaGlass Rosé of Pinot Noir is fresh and pure, a beautiful reflection of Monterey’s unspoiled coastal terroir. An irresistible pale pink color in the glass, this wine offers a gorgeous fragrance of wild strawberries mixed with dried rose petals. On the palate, bright, juicy cherry and ripe raspberry flavors are balanced by refreshing acidity and a crisp, clean finish. Vibrant and elegant, a glass of chilled Rosé of Pinot Noir is especially delightful on sunny afternoons and warm, balmy evenings. It’s a wonderfully food friendly wine, and pairs exceptionally well with prosciutto and melon, crab cakes with spicy aioli, and fresh berries served with light cheeses.

Lancers Rose
Lancers Rose

As consistent as always, the Lancers Rose exhibits a deep pink color and a light-medium bodied palate; slightly off-dry and a touch spritzy, chill down and enjoy. Bouquet: Fragrant, with scents of fresh berries. Taste: Delightfully approachable style with lively fruit flavors that extend into the finish. Grape Varieties: A variety of the best Portuguese grapes. Lancers is the largest selling Portuguese wine worldwide. Serving Suggestions: Serve alone or paired with a variety of foods. Lancers goes very well with light meals, Oriental cuisine or even spicy foods such as Mexican cuisine. Should be served well chilled.

Roscato Rose Dolce
Roscato Rose Dolce

A creamy white foam with persistent tiny bubbles. Bright rose color with ruby red reflections. Delicate aromas of red berries and cotton candy. Lusciously sweet with primary red fruit flavors yet refreshing with a lingering finish. Highly versatile. A great aperitif and equally splendid with richly flavored foods and desserts. Enjoy well chilled.

Lunetta Rose
Lunetta Rose

Pale salmon in color with fine grain perlage and a persistent white froth. Fragrant, with enticing aromas of small red berries. Clean, fresh and fruity. Delightful as an aperitif or enjoyed with antipasti, hors d'oeuvres, sushi, shellfish and seafood.

Mulderbosch Rose
Mulderbosch Rose

First released in 1999, Mulderbosch Rosé was one of the very first of its kind from South Africa. At a time when most Rosés where a byproduct of red wine fermentation, Mulderbosch launched a varietal Cabernet Sauvignon Rosé issuing from specially farmed vineyards specifically to produce Rosé fruit. On arrival at the cellar, these early picked, specially selected grapes where vinified in the same manner in which an aromatic white wine would be, with the aim of producing a fresh, aromatic style of Rosé.

Lillet Rose
Lillet Rose

Lillet Rose is a wine-based aperitif, made from the Grand Cru Bordeaux grapes used for Lillet’s white and red versions, and then combined with fruit liqueurs. As a result it’s bright and fruit-forward but not overly sweet — a pleasure to sip on its own, or in these three summer drinks.