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2018 Domaine de la Noblaie "Goutte de Rose" Chinon Rosé
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93 points Winedoctor.com: "This is 100% Cabernet Franc, vinified in stainless steel, and it is already in bottle, very sensibly under screwcap. It kicks off with a beautifully fresh and dusty nose, showing subtle peach and strawberry fruits, lightly dusted with minerals. The palate feels appropriately fresh, tense, pure and cool, with a polished style, an ebullient fruit character streaked with mineral and acid veins. It closes with a very fine and peppery flourish in the finish. All in all a very attractive rosé. From my first Loire 2018 report." (02/2...
Price: $16.99

Based in the Rioja Alta village of Badarán, Martínez Alesanco is a truly original bodega producing tasty, characterful wine for laughably low prices. They grow all their own grapes in their home village of Badarán, one of the coldest zones of Rioja Alta. The vineyards are closer to the Sierra de la Demanda mountains, a range whose elevation and visible snow covered peaks are even more dramatic than the Sierra Cantabria range to the north. Martínez Alesanco's Rosado is made from Garnacha and white Viura grapes in a typical "clarete" style for which this ...
Price: $9.99

2018 Eric Cottat Sancerre Rosé
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90 points Vinous: "Light vivid orange. High-pitched orange pith, strawberry and floral aromas, along with a minerally quality that builds with air. Silky and energetic on the palate, offering taut citrus fruit and red berry flavors that spread out slowly on the back half. Finishes dry and minerally, displaying very good persistence and a repeating floral note. (JR)" (08/2019) K&L Notes: We were first introduced to the wines of Eric Cottat a few years back. He was brought to our attention by one of our long-time friends and winemakers in Sancerre and we...
Price: $18.99

This rosé is 100% Pinot Noir and is a mix of press juice and saignée with some time on the skins as well. The wines of this family domaine have been a staple here at K&L since the 1994 vintage when Franck and Betty Millet drove a long way (to Beaune!) on Easter Sunday to meet Clyde and crew to present the wines. We love these wines for their freshness, charm, and affordability.
Price: $17.99

This is a fresh, snappy berry-driven rosé with delicate floral notes. It's bright and crisp, delicious with or without food. Domaine les Pins has been family run for five generations. They are a small artisanal producer that oversees every stage of the production from start to finish. They have roughly 30 hectares of Cabernet Franc spread out through the Bourgueil and St-Nicolas de Bourgueil regions. They practice sustainable farming, and each and every vine gets singular attention throughout the year. Vines of an average age of 25 years are planted in s...
Price: $12.99
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2018 Mount Edward Pinot Noir Rosé Central Otago
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91 points James Suckling: "There’s a fleshy, ripe peach and pear core with pastry and honeydew. The palate has a smooth and fluid feel with attractive, fresh pastry and baked-biscuit notes to close. From organically grown grapes." (10/2019) K&L Notes: Coming from a single block of the Muirkirk vineyard, the grapes are picked specifically to make rosé. One hundred percent Pinot Noir grapes spending 2-3 hours on the skins before being drained off, creates a wine of refreshing acidity and a lovely smooth texture. Nothing tutti frutti here.
Price: $14.99

Peter Mathis worked in winemaking at Sonoma Valley's Ravenswood winery for more than 20 years. He pulled together the funds to buy a small parcel high above the valley in 1997 and produced this first Grenache under his own label in 2004. He introduced the rose in 2012, and the 2015 vintage of that wine won "best in Class" at the San Francisco Chronicle Wine Competition. Winery tasting notes: "Made in the classic Provençal style, the 2018 vintage features vivid floral aromas dominating the nose, with white peach, raspberry and watermelon fruit in the mout...
Price: $19.99

92 points Wine & Spirits: " A blend of equal parts cinsault and grenache from an estate halfway between Toulon and St-Tropez, this is saline and spritzy at first, needing a little air to coax out the red fruit. Even then it’s taut and nervy, its red-blushed peach flavors kept firm by zesty lemony acidity. For grilled fish. (TT)" (08/2019) Wine Enthusiast: "An easy blend of Grenache and Cinsault, this is a deliciously fruity wine. Bright red-currant flavors dominate, boosted by the tangy texture at the end. (RV)" (06/2019) Robert Parker's Wine Advoca...
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Typically a blend of Cinsault, Grenache, Syrah, and Mourvèdre, this lovely rosé is clear, light pink with a nose of ripe summer strawberries. With a creamy texture and juicy berry flavors, this is a perfect pairing for spicy bbq or Asian foods.
Price: $39.99

2019 Château de Peyrassol "Commanderie" Côtes de Provence Rosé
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The name of the estate is the first indication of its long, illustrious past. Located in the heart of Provence, near routes traveled by Crusaders in the early Middle Ages, the Commanderie de Peyrassol was founded by the Knights of Templar who were dedicated to protecting the Crusaders en route to, and in, the Holy Land. The first recorded grape harvest took place in 1256 and winemaking has continued uninterrupted throughout the centuries. When the Templars were brought down in 1311 by the King of France, who was nervous of their power and jealous of thei...
Price: $19.99

2019 Château de Peyrassol Côtes de Provence Rosé
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The name of the estate is the first indication of its long, illustrious past. Located in the heart of Provence, near routes traveled by Crusaders in the early Middle Ages, the Commanderie de Peyrassol was founded by the Knights of Templar who were dedicated to protecting the Crusaders en route to, and in, the Holy Land. The first recorded grape harvest took place in 1256 and winemaking has continued uninterrupted throughout the centuries.
Price: $29.99

91 points Vinous: "Medium pale pink. Floral strawberry, herbs and violets on the inviting nose. Then a slightly candied quality and a hint of residual sweetness diminish the vibrancy of the floral and juicy red berry flavors but contribute to a smooth, round mouthfeel. The finish is long and very precise, with obvious mineral elements emerging. 100% Sangiovese. (ID)" (05/2019) 90 points Wine & Spirits: "A rosé of pure Sangiovese, this is bright and refreshing, with persistent, tangy cherry flavors and orange zest hints. More than just a quaffer, it tak...
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Vinous: "Limpid, bronze-hued orange. Red currant, orange zest and subtle floral and mineral qualities on the nose and palate. Silky and focused in style, showing good energy and cut on a dry, taut finish that leaves a spicy suggestion of ginger behind. (JR)" (08/2019)
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Chêne Bleu is a unique Château, situated on an outcropping of limestone known as the Dentelles de Montmirail on the slopes of Mont Ventoux. A standout in the area because of both its elevation and its strong limestone soils, this unique property has been in operation since the ninth century. Purchased in the 1990s by Xavier and Nicole Rolet,the Château has been completely updated with a new gravity flow winery and the vineyards have been re-invigorated and switched over to biodynamic farming. With years of investment, the Rolets released their first wine...
Price: $36.99
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2018 Château de la Noblesse Bandol Rosé
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Agnes Cade and her father, Henri Gaussen, cultivate the 14 sunny hectares of Château de la Noblesse, an estate that has been in their family for generations. Their zesty rosé is a blend of Mourvèdre, Grenache and Cinsault, and makes a great companion to spicy, saffron-infused dishes. Try it with a Spanish paella for the perfect summer meal.
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90 points Wine Enthusiast: "A stony, fresh nose is clean as a whistle, while this feels medium to full, with a faint skin-driven texture and citrusladen acidity. Orange and nectarine flavors are bright and fairly deep, while it remains alert across a snappy finish. (MS)" (12/2019) James Suckling: "Light cherries, strawberries, and white flower notes, even a touch of peach, emerges from the 2018 Rosado and it's medium-bodied, has beautiful fruit, good purity, and a clean finish. This is a refreshing and easy drinking as rose gets and is well worth a mul...
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Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The 2018 Rosé Malagousia - Mandilaria is an 80/20 blend, dry (2.1 grams of sugar and 5.5 grams of total acidity) and coming in at 12% alcohol. A nice value in a solid pink with some flavor but a serious feel, this has respectable freshness, enticing aromatics and a clean, dry finish. This can work well as a red-wine substitute in the summer. Unlike a lot of pinks, it probably won't be as interesting as a quaffer—it is actually better than that. (MS)" (04/2019)
Price: $13.99

92 points Vinous: "Limpid pink. Fresh red berries, candied rose and a building mineral element on the incisive nose. Silky and expansive on the palate, offering juicy, densely packed raspberry and cherry flavors that slowly turn sweeter on the back half. The floral note comes back strong on an impressively long, focused finish that shows no rough edges. (JR)" (08/2019) 90 points Jeb Dunnuck: "Made by the Pisoni team from estate Pinot Noir, the 2018 Rose of Pinot Noir offers a fresh, elegant style as well as impressive notes of citrus, strawberries, ros...
Price: $19.99

The 2018 Château de la Noblesse Bandol Rosé has yet to be reviewed, but Josh Raynolds gave the 2017 vintage 90 points along with this review: "Light, vivid orange. Pungent, mineral-accented blood orange and red berry scents, with a subtle floral note in the background. Juicy and focused on the palate, offering raspberry and lavender flavors that are braced by a refreshingly bitter citrus pith note. Shows very good clarity and persistence on the finish, which leaves a dusty mineral note behind."
Price: $44.99

A lighter macerated Saperavi that is a technical rose but feels more like a medium bodied red. Compared to the normally lush and inky grape variety that Saperavi is known for being, this is a great introduction to the variety and its versatility. *Natural Wine*
Price: $26.99

A 100% Pinot rosé coming from vineyards in Sonoma County. A saignée rosé that fermented in a 50-50 combo of stainless steel and neutral oak. Winery tasting notes: "Citrus zest, watermelon and bright red berry flavors characterize this fresh, lifted, zippy Rosé."
Price: $14.99


Charles Smith opened his first winery, K Vintners, in December of 2001. His most recent collection of wines is centered on the classic grape varietals of Italy starting with Barbera in Italy’s northern winegrowing region of Piedmont, the Sangiovese grape from central Tuscany, and the Primitivo grape from Italy’s southern winegrowing region of Puglia, the heel of the boot. And while the wines all have Italian heritage, the grapes are all grown in Washington state from single vineyard sites - Cervo, Cinghiale, Porcospino. Made for you by the Famiglia Smith...
Price: $10.99

Steve Hansel helped his father, Walter, plant a small plot of Chardonnay vines on the family farm in the 1970s. The Hansels would go on to produce their first commercial vintage in 1996. Winemaker notes: "I have a few rows of pinot noir that rarely reach ultimate ripening so I normally sell these grapes. However, in 2013 I let them hang all the way into October. The result was the sugars stuck at 22 brix but the flavors were very complex for under ripe fruit. Therefore, I tried for the first time Rose of Pinot Noir. We pressed the grapes as wholeclusters...
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Luis Gutierrez writes: "Los Bermejos is the second winery in volume in Lanzarote after El Grifo. Their styles are different; at Los Bermejos, they harvest a little later and pick riper fruit. 450,000 bottles per year."
Price: $19.99

2019 Château de Peyrassol "Clos de Peyrassol" Côtes de Provence Rosé
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Located in the heart of Provence near routes traveled by Crusaders in the early Middle Ages, the Commanderie de Peyrassol was founded by the Knights of Templar who were dedicated to protecting the Crusaders en route to, and in, the Holy Land. The first recorded grape harvest took place in 1256 and winemaking has continued uninterrupted throughout the centuries. When the Templars were brought down in 1311 by the King of France, who was nervous of their power and jealous of their wealth, the Knights of Malta became the fortunate owners of the Commanderie. ...
Price: $49.99

The rule around the Heitz house has long been that the rosé must be ready by Easter! Wine enthusiasts have shared the Heitz Family's affection for this unique wine since 1961. The Grignolino (pronounced green-o-lean-o) Rosé is produced with a northern Italian varietal, known in the Piedmont region as the "little strawberry." The original vineyard, since replanted to the Heitz home ranch, was called by its former owner, "The Only One." This rosé is fruity and enticing, but very dry on the palate, just the thing for spring salads with goat cheese or Sunday...
Price: $14.95

2018 Domaine des Girasols Côtes du Rhône-Villages Rosé (Previously $15) (Previously $15)
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It's never too late for the latest vintage of Côtes du Rhône rosé! Domaine des Girasols' 17 hectares of gnarled, old-vine Grenache are found on a rocky, hillside vineyard protected from the Mistral winds on terraces and slopes with clay, calcareous soils covered with rounded stones (much liked the famed hot rocks of Châteauneuf-du-Pape). The reds made from these grapes are full-bodied, concentrated rich and burly wines with black fruit flavors, spice and plenty of garrigue. The rosè is a lighter, fresher version of the reds, with pink fruit flavors (you ...
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Wine Spectator: "Bold cherry and strawberry fruit flavors are focused and fresh in this rosé, with a racy tobacco streak on the finish. A rosé for food and even fall. (JM)" (08/2019) K&L Notes: Rejoice Tavel! In a time when very high quality rosés line our shelves, when pink wines from Spain, the US, South Africa, Italy, and all over France are finally getting some much-deserved attention, we must give Tavel its special due. This is the original dedicated rosé appellation. In fact, so good is the fabled rosé from Tavel, that by law no other sort of win...
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Made by winemaker Julien Braud, a top-notch Muscadet producer, this rosé is a blend of 53% Gamay, 33% Merlot, 10% Cabernet Franc and 4% Pineau d'Aunis. The fun packaging and reasonable price may lead you to believe this is all a gimmick--when a social media blitz erupted over the 2016 Forty Ounce, it became one of our biggest surprise hits of 2017--but don’t let the package fool you, this is a serious rosé with vibrant pink hue laced with gorgeous flavors of white cherries and strawberry with a hint of marjoram. The palate is full for a rosé and keeps ...
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Winemaker Notes: Light pink color with gray tones. Nose elegance is given by the softness of floral aromas balanced by aromas of fruit such as apricot and peach. Its passage through the palate is rounded and well balanced with a fresh and fruity aftertaste. Perfect wine to drink on hot summer days, with or without accompaniment. Pair with salads, pastas, and vegetables. Cvne, is situated in Rioja in the traditional neighborhood of the station, where the oldest wineries of Rioja Alta established themselves, for the main reason of transporting their goo...
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Winery notes: Arnot-Roberts was founded in Healdsburg in 2001 by childhood friends Duncan Arnot Meyers and Nathan Lee Roberts. Our Rosé comes from two incredible sites: Luchsinger and St. Amant Vineyards. We began making our Rosé of Touriga Nacional in 2010, sourcing fruit from the Luchsinger vineyard located at 1400' in the Clear Lake AVA. This rocky, volcanic site enjoys a warm growing season suitable to Touriga Nacional. Touriga is a late-ripening grape that needs some heat to mature and the Luchsinger site is a perfect match for this hearty variety. ...
Price: $24.99

Stepphan Reinhardt writes: "I had an impressive and extensive tasting with Caroline Diel in July this year when I tasted wines from three vintages. Among the 40 or so wines, there was not a single one that was not at least excellent. Caroline's long-aged sparkling wines are some of Germany's finest fizz, as is the Pinot Noir Caroline and the Cuvée Victor that blends Pinot Gris and Pinot Blanc. Caroline joined her father, Armin, at the Schlossgut in 2006, but in 2017 she completely and legally took over, and she has even improved the Rieslings, which have...
Price: $24.99

2017 Clos Cibonne Tibouren "Tradition" Côtes de Provence Rosé
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The Clos Cibonne draws its name from Jean-Baptiste de Cibon, captain of Louis XVI's Royal navy and first owner of the vineyard. After his death in 1797, the property was sold to the Roux family's ancestors. In the 1930s, André Roux planted the vineyard to the Tibouren grape varietal. Since then, both children and grandchildren have carried on the tradition. Importer's Notes: "A blend of 90% Tibouren and 10% Grenache, fermented with native yeasts and aged sur lie in 100 year old foudre for at least 12 months before bottling. Salmon orange in color, the n...
Price: $21.99

From the importer: "Heidi Schröck took over her family winery in 1983, in the historic village of Rust situated in the province of Burgenland about 5 miles from the Hungarian border. As Heidi explains “South-facing vineyards in a softly rolling landscape form an amphitheater around Rust on Lake Neusiedl bringing forth some of the best and most tradition-rich wines in Austria. Yearly hours of sunshine that lie much higher than the Austrian average combined with sandy soils mixed with clay and high calcium content provide the ideal prerequisites for impres...
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Made by the Millet family who have been running the estate for five generations. Vigneron Nicolas Millet has taken the helm of this family operation, originally established in the 1930s, and began moving the winemaking toward organics in 2008. Nicolas makes wonderful blancs and rouges but the rosé is always a standout in the category. The Côtes Blanches refers to the stony white soils found on the slopes of Sancerre in the heart of France. This is the homeland of light, delicate Pinot Noir, made into fresh reds and elegant rosés. The Sancerre Rosé is aro...
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90 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The 2018 Rosé of Pinot Noir is pale to medium salmon-pink with aromas of baker's yeast, green melon, white peach, strawberry and raspberry leaves with herbal and petrichor touches. It's light to medium-bodied with wonderfully concentrated berry fruits, zesty acidity and a textured finish. 440 cases produced. (EB)" (09/2019) 90 points Vinous: "Lieu Dit's 2018 Rose of Pinot Noir is bright and focused, with lovely textural depth to play off the vibrant cranberry, floral and citrus notes. The Rose is a blend of fru...
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93 points Decanter: "This is pale creamy white in colour with a sea breeze nose followed by intense, creamy, ripe peach, nectarine and redcurrant fruit on the palate alongside an invigorating and vibrant citrus acidity. (EG)" (05/2019) 91 points Vinous: "Brilliant orange-pink. Vibrant strawberry and blood orange aromas show excellent clarity, complemented by hints of pungent flowers and dusty minerals. Dry and sharply focused on the palate, offering mineral-laced red berry, tangerine and honeysuckle qualities that deepen slowly on the back half. Finish...
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Mark Squires writes: "Massaya, run and owned by Lebanon’s Sami and Ramzi Ghosn, with participation by the owners of Chateaus Vieux Telegraphe and Bellefont-Belcier in France, is a relatively familiar Lebanese brand."
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Les Vignerons de Fontes is a cooperative winemaking facility in the hills outside the village of Pezenas in the Languedoc. Oenologist Corinne Pastourel oversees the project, which has a host of growers spread throughout the region over a range of soils including schist, basalt, limestone and clay. Thirty of these growers formed the cooperative in the 1930s and now their numbers surpass 200. K&L co-founder Clyde Beffa met Corinne years ago and forged the relationship that would bring us some of our most popular value wines coming from the south of France....
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Honorío Rubio is a Riojano white and rosé specialist. In a land best known for its incredibly age-worthy reds, among many die-hards out there it is undoubtedly the traditional whites which represent Rioja's finest and most original wines. We would add as well the barrel aged rosés, which are incredibly rare (Lopez de Heredia's we received less than 2 cases this year) Honorío makes an absolutely killer rosé, from some of his oldest Viura and Garnacha, briefly macerated and co-fermented, then aged 16 months in used barrels (which previously held his Lias F...
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A beautiful terroir skillfully worked by Jérômine Paret and Philippe Garnier. Responding to the call of his parents, Jérômine gave up a career as an English teacher to take over the family estate. She then studied business and allied herself with Philippe Garnier, who has one goal in mind: to achieve excellence. She does not regret her choices today and her customers don't either! Thus, the estate evolves each year with new wines and techniques. The organically-farmed grapes for the rosé are evenly split between Carignan and Grenache with a touch each of...
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90 points James Suckling: "Fresh pears and hints of orange rind here that lead to a palate that has salty mineral tang and dialed-in, light berry flavors. Gently creamy finish. 50% mourvedre, 30% grenache and 20% cinsault. Drink now." (04/2019) 90 points Wine Enthusiast: "Mourvèdre makes up half of this wine, with the rest 30% Grenache and 20% Cinsault. The aromas intrigue, with notes of citrus rind, herbs, star fruit, strawberry and spice. Broad-feeling, well-balanced, mouthwatering fruit flavors follow. The acidity keeps the interest high. Yum. (SS)"...
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Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The 2018 Cotes de Provence Rose La Belle Helene contains a bit of Rolle, which perhaps accounts for its aromas of grapefruit and white currants. It's light to medium-bodied on the palate, loaded with tart, citrusy flavors that extend through the finish. (JC)" (04/2019) Vinous: "Pale shimmering orange. Lively, mineral-tinged red berries and pink grapefruit on the nose and in the mouth. Taut and nicely focused, showing good energy and a deeper suggestion of nectarine on the clinging finish. Drink through 2022. (JR)" (08/20...
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A beautiful terroir skillfully worked by Jérômine Paret and Philippe Garnier. Responding to the call of his parents, Jérômine gave up a career as an English teacher to take over the family estate. She then studied business and allied herself with Philippe Garnier, who has one goal in mind: to achieve excellence. She does not regret her choices today and her customers don't either! Thus, the estate evolves each year with new wines and techniques. The organically-farmed grapes for the rosé are evenly split between Carignan and Grenache with a touch each of...
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The name of the estate is the first indication of its long, illustrious past. Located in the heart of Provence, near routes traveled by Crusaders in the early Middle Ages, the Commanderie de Peyrassol was founded by the Knights of Templar who were dedicated to protecting the Crusaders en route to, and in, the Holy Land. The first recorded grape harvest took place in 1256 and winemaking has continued uninterrupted throughout the centuries.
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