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2019 Domaine de Fondrèche Ventoux Rosé
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According to the importer, "Domaine de Fondrèche estate is situated at the foot of Mont Ventoux, the famous mountain in the Vaucluse department of the South of France, and covers a surface area of 38 hectares. For over twenty years the vineyard has been tended using natural methods to create a harmony between the vines, the earth, and the surrounding environment, and to produce wines that reflect the local terroir. The yield of each varietal is reasoned, no chemical weed killers are used, and the earth is worked mechanically to strengthen the natural def...
Price: $16.99


90 points Wine Enthusiast: "Pinot Meunier is rarely seen in New Zealand, especially on its own, but it works brilliantly for rosé. It’s bright and fruity, bouncing with strawberry, watermelon and a stalky, white spice note. There’s oodles of acidity on the palate and ripe, fleshy red berries. It’s a refreshing little number, with tingly fruit right to the finish." (02/2021)
Price: $14.99

Joe Czerwinski in Wine Advocate: "This large, well-run cave cooperative boasts 140 members. It's an important player in the region, producing almost half the output of the entire Tavel appellation. It sells 70% of its volume as bottled wine and has an impressive roster of clients to whom it sells in bulk. There is a sometimes dizzying array of bottlings, but the overall level of quality is among the best in the entire Rhône Valley." (11/2018)
Price: $16.99

Fabien Collange is a young winemaker from Beaujoalis. We met him on our recent trip to the region and he presented us with a rosé of Gamay that absolutely knocked our socks off. There is no pretense in his approach to winemaking: his goals are to create terroir-driven wines that are both fun and enjoyable. This is a wine that's fresh, crisp, and clean on the palate with a supple weight and pure flavors of fresh strawberries and spice. This is the affordable rosé you need a case of for the warm months, and maybe a few bottles for the pleasanter fall eveni...
Price: $12.99

88-90 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "Just before it was bottled, I tasted a sample of the new 2019 Rosé produced with Garnacha from Campo de Borja. It's a very pale pink and has a perfumed nose with notes of flowers and white fruit. They harvested early and achieved a wine of 14% alcohol (a bit high for my liking), denoting a warm and dry year, but the wine feels in balance. It's quite bright, with delicate aromas of dried flowers, subtle and elegant. The palate is tasty, with pungent flavors and good depth. It was kept with fine lees for two mon...
Price: $12.99

2019 Domaine la Chapelle Saint Victor Coteaux d'Aix en Provence Rosé
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This rosé from Domaine de la Chapelle Saint Victor AOP Coteaux d'Aix en Provence is made from a Mediterranean blend of Grenache and Cinsault, enhanced with a touch of Syrah (Grenache 50%; Cinsault 30%; Syrah 20%). Winery note: "Light pink in color, with violet shades, this wine possesses a memorable and complex aroma. A lively wine that is smooth and possessing a certain sweetness. Very fruity, this rosé is particularly well suited as an aperitif or with salads and vegetable dishes."
Price: $14.99

2019 Domaine la Colombe Coteaux Varois en Provence Rosé
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Domaine de la Colombe is based in the village of Saint-Maximin-la-Sainte-Baume, located at elevations between 900 and 1,300 feet. The terroir includes clay-limestone soils in combination with sandier soils in the valley. The higher elevations combined with full sun exposure allow for full ripeness without sacrificing acidic balance and texture. It's a classic patio wine for aperitifs or lightly grilled seafood dishes.
Price: $13.99

2017 Clos Cibonne "Château Cibon - Cuvée Hommage à Marius" Côtes de Provence Cru Classe Rosé (Elsewhere $75) (Elsewhere $75)
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98 points Decanter: "This 15ha property overlooking Toulon harbour has been part of the Roux family’s ancestry for almost 230 years. It wasn’t until 1930 that André Roux decided to dedicate the land exclusively to vines, especially the ancient variety Tibouren - not widely planted outside Provence, this is an intensely aromatic black grape with a thin skin, which is notoriously difficult to grow. The family still champions Tibouren, which makes up 90% of its vineyards, and some plots are more than 50 years old. Elizabeth Gabay MW: Orange. Lots of new oak...
Price: $49.99

2019 Domaine Petroni Corse Rosé (Corsica)
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90 points Wine Enthusiast: "This wine, surprisingly rich, has a fine, elegant character. Balanced red fruits, bright acidity and a lively texture. It has all come together in this complex and fresh wine. Drink now. (RV)" (11/2020) Wine Spectator: "A light talc hint gives way to peach and strawberry notes, ending with a lightly bracing, cherry pit-tinged finish. (JM)" (07/2020) K&L Notes: Corsica is one of the great, off-the-radar regions for wine production. The vineyards for Petroni date back to 1885 and are surrounded by the Corsican mountains to t...
Price: $13.99

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: $11.99

Amats is both the brand name of the Txakoli as well as one of Zudugarai's vineyards. It's a beautiful vineyard, a sandy substrate covered in naturally growing green cover between the rows, with the Cantabrian Sea in full view to the north. Produced from Hondarribi Beltza grapes, this rosé shows a lovely balance between fresh red berries, hints of watermelon, a very subtle, pleasant bitterness and fizzy quality. It's delicious with cured cheeses (something slightly smoky like Idiazabal works really well), charcuterie, anchovies or your favorite cured ham ...
Price: $16.99

91 points Vinous: "The 2019 Rocca di Montegrossi Rosato is gorgeous, both spicy and floral, with zesty bright cherry and a hint of grapefruit. On the palate, silky, soothing textures usher in ripe red fruits offset by vibrant acids, as hints of sweet spice and salty minerals buzz on the senses. The finish is medium in length and remarkably fresh. (EG)" (05/2020) 91 points Wine & Spirits: "This irresistible rosé of sangiovese offers bright cherry and blood- orange flavors infused with lively acidity. Balanced and brisk, it’s enjoyable on its own or with...
Price: $14.99

92 points Wine Enthusiast: "As production ramps up, quality remains consistently high in this proprietary blend of cofermented Muscat, Riesling and Gewürztraminer. Spicy, penetrating aromas of pear blossoms, ginger and kumquat lead into a lively palate with citrus skin flavor, a dash of sea salt and drying minerality. It’s a well-balanced, unique white wine with splendid food pairing options. *Editors’ Choice* (PG)" (09/2020) K&L Notes: Winery notes:Big Salt is a co-fermentation rather than a blend – meaning we allow mother-nature to create complexity ...
Price: $17.95

This rosé comes from a handful of parcels that total seven hectares of vineyards planted in clay and limestone soils, on a gentle north-northwest-facing slope. Grenache-dominated, with smaller percentages of Mourvèdre and Cinsault. Like the Cassis Blanc, the wine is taut, fresh and slightly saline. The winery makes only a small quantity of this, making this extremely hard to find, but its deliciousness makes it highly sought after. Get yours before it's gone.
Price: $29.99


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Both Pineau d’Aunis and Patrice Colin hail from the Côteaux du Vendômois, an under-the-radar appellation north of Touraine and Vouvray that lies on a Loire River tributary called, confusingly enough, the Loir. The appellation was officially formed in 2001 but it’s been producing wine since the 11th century. Part of its mystique is that it’s small: there are only 13 private producers and one co-op in this appellation, and this perhaps explains why its hometown hero, Pineau d’Aunis, doesn’t make it Stateside all that often. Patrice is the eighth generati...
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Guillaume and Soledad Tari run this beautiful estate in the elevated seaside appellation of Bandol. Bandol is an incredible micro-climate with its concave shaped vineyards that gain the exposure of the sun and the cooling effects of the seaside breezes, all while making powerfully rich Mourvedre based wines that evolve beautifully over the years. The Rosé is made with 80% Mourvedre, 15% Grenache and 5% Cinsault. It is a graceful and expressive rosé from a region that has become synonymous with Provence's best rosés.
Price: $24.99

94 points Bob Campbell: "Based on pinot noir, this pale-pink rosé has delicate raspberry, ripe pear, apple and a suggestion of red rose flavours. Impressively pure and delicate with a pleasantly dry finish. Highly recommended." (12/2020) 94 points Sam Kim: "Exquisitely charming and inviting, the bouquet shows nectarine, watermelon, lemon peel and white floral notes, leading to a finely focused palate that displays excellent fruit purity and persistency. It's elegant and refreshing, offering terrific drinking. At its best: now to 2023. Certified organic...
Price: $15.99

Located in a region with strong wine-growing traditions dating back to the pre-Roman occupation, the vineyards of Quinta de Arcossó are installed on a hillside with convex exposure south to 400 meters altitude and with about 20% slope. In the soil of granitic origin, they grow carefully selected and adapted species of the region. All of the grapes are chosen by hand and all the wine is moved by gravity, no mechanical pumps are used anywhere in the winery. This combination of planning and meticulous care in the vineyards and the winery results in wine tha...
Price: $18.99

Here's a domestic "Bandol lookalike" rosé bottling that is accustomed to 90-point scores in Vinous and Wine Advocate—pretty good praise for a rosé! It's sourced from the renowned Central Coast Vogelzang vineyard, after all. Winery notes: "Bottled on Feb. 5, 2020, the new vintage does not disappoint! Apricot, orange zest, and river rock aromas are followed with flavors of peach skin, nectarine, and salty sea air. Due to replanting, production is down and we cannot guarantee we will be able to make it last all year."
Price: $24.99

Cantine Gran Furor Divina Costiera di Marisa Cuomo is located in Furore on the famed Amalfi Coast. These coastal vineyards are perfectly arranged on the stone-walled terraces along the cliffs at altitudes between 980 to 1300 feet above sea level. The grapes benefit from sunny southern exposure and a unique micro-climate that occurs from a combination of ocean currents, mountains and high-pressure systems. The volcanic and alluvial soils of the vineyards produce relatively low yields, and the grapes are indeed flavorful.
Price: $26.99

PLEASE NOTE: 2019 Bordeaux Futures are being offered without any added tariffs. If there are applicable tariffs at the time the wines are imported in 2022, we will contact you with the option to pay tariffs to have the wine delivered, or cancel the order with no penalty.
Price: $21.99



While the 2019 Rosado has yet to be professionally reviewed, this bottling from Bermejos has been a consistent 90+ point performer, with the 2018 garnering the following review from Vinous' Josh Raynolds: "Pale translucent orange. Mineral-accented red berries and blood orange on the incisive nose, along with subtle herb and floral nuances in the background. Juicy and light on its feet, offering intense bitter cherry, red currant and orange pith flavors that tighten up on the back half. Finishes with firm, minerally cut, leaving a sexy floral note behind....
Price: $23.99

Is "Zin Gris" just a fancy way of saying, "white Zinfandel"? No, no, no, or not quite—when it comes to this legendary producer of Napa Valley Zinfandel, and one of the original founders of the Zin advocacy group, ZAP. Storybook Mountain crushes fully mature Zinfandel grapes from estate vineyards and slowly barrel ferments them to dryness under the cool conditions of their caves. Patterned after the rosé wines of the southern Rhone and Provence, this wine is deeply flavored with a rich core and good length. A kiss of oak adds a welcome complexity. It is b...
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96 points Decanter: "Overlooking the Mediterranean, this 600ha estate in Bandol houses 22ha of vineyards surrounded by forests and olive groves at about 400m above sea level. With a mixture of poor clay and limestone soils, the cooling influence of the sea and the powerful Mistral wind, the grapes enjoy perfect conditions to ripen slowly in the often very warm climate of the region. Made from 90% Mourvèdre and 10% Grenache, this certified organic wine spends two months on the lees to enhance its viscosity and character. Unlike many rosés, this wine is ca...
Price: $34.99

Winery notes: Since its first vintage, the Blushing Bear Rosé has been inspired by the Bandol region of the south of France. Our current release, the 2019 Blushing Bear, captures the aromas and flavors of grapefruit, guava, sweet hints of melon and honey with a dry, crisp minerality throughout. This is a mouthwatering wine with a bright, refreshing finish. Sourced exclusively from Walla Walla Valley vineyards, hand-picked grapes were gently whole-cluster pressed to capture perfumed aromatics and delicate flavors. Afterwards, the juice was fermented, then...
Price: $26.99

2019 Château Saint Jacques d'Albas "La Chapelle en Rose" Minervois Rosé (Previously $17) (Previously $17)
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Situated to the east of the walled city of Carcassonne and in the shadow of the Montagne Noire (Black Mountains) lies Minervois. The village of Laure-Minervois is home to Château Saint Jacques d'Albas, a 90-hectare hillside estate. Some 26 hectares of the estate are planted to vines, with the rest composed of forests and creeks acting as a natural barrier to their neighbors. At the winery, a small team, led by owner Graham Nutter, crafts superb reds, whites and rosés, all of which are farmed organically. The "La Chapelle en Rose" is a blend of 50% direct...
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90 points Jeb Dunnuck: "The Guigals have slowly moved their Côtes Du Rhône Rosé to a slightly fresher, more lively style, and the 2019 Côtes Du Rhône Rose reveals a lighter pink color as well as juicy notes of tart strawberries, white peach, and cherry blossoms. Elegant and medium-bodied, it has beautifully balanced acidity and a clean finish, all making for an outstanding rosé geared for summer drinking." (11/2020) 90 points Vinous: "Light, bright orange-pink. Vibrant red currant, raspberry and orange zest aromas show very good clarity and take on a s...
Price: $12.99

Reuilly is an appellation in the eastern part of France's Loire Valley (sometimes referred to as 'poor man's Sancerre') that is starting to get some real attention. Reuilly is blessed to share the same Kimmeridgian clay and limestone terroir with neighboring Sancerre and Chablis to the north, which explains where these wines get their mineral drive and precision. As prices for the more coveted regions creep up, savvy connoisseurs are finding great value the lesser-known, nearby appellations like Reuilly. The region produces unique rosés from Pinot Gris, ...
Price: $23.99


Brandon Sparks-Gilles of Dragonette Cellars is one of the most impressive up-and-coming winemaking stars in Santa Barbara, and his rosé is annually one of our most anticipated domestic pink wines to show up on our shelves. The notes from the winery describe the 2019 vintage thus: "The 2019 Rosé was the product of another exceptional vintage. We enjoyed an extremely rainy winter in 2019, which set the stage for a great year. The weather was actually quite cool during spring which led to an extended flowering period. Early Summer was likewise cool, but in ...
Price: $26.99


Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "Cotton-candy pink in hue and aroma, Mount Edward's 2019 Rose is a plump, medium-bodied wine with notes of strawberries, nectarines and mixed citrus. It's perhaps a bit too generous in feel on the palate to be bone dry, but it finishes with enough crisp acidity to make it palatable with food. (JC)" (03/2020) 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 ...
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Château Musar is Lebanon's most famous producer. The winery does not make rosé every vintage, because the winemaker (the late Serge Hochar) sought very specific characteristics from the grapes he uses to create a fine, delicate and elegant rosé. The 2017 is composed of the indigenous Lebanese grapes Obaideh (55-65%) and Merwah (30-40%), thought to be ancestors of Chardonnay and Semillon, and a small amout of Cinsault.
Price: $49.99

* Listed as No.1 US Rosé by the Wall Street Journa! (6/2020)* Winemaker's Notes: "This Bandol-inspired Rosé is a beauty, featuring aromas and flavors of citrus and stone fruits, highlighted by cherry, watermelon rind, grapefruit, nectarine and peach flavors. The Wine has firm balancing acidity and both inviting aromas and a long finish on the palate. The medium bodied frame is layered, textured, balanced and elegant, and the wine will drink well on release or age for 5-7 years. It is a perfect accompaniment to a wide variety of seafood, pasta and fowl a...
Price: $19.95

Founded by Raj Parr and Sashi Moorman in 2010, Sandhi has become one of the leading producers in Sta. Rita Hills and Santa Barbara County. These two are sourcing the best vineyard sites, and their wines have raised the quality bar of the region immensely. Sashi runs the “peerless” Piedrasassi winery and together they run the benchmark Domaine de la Côte. This is a serious duo of winemakers whose collaboration results in “must-have” wines.
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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.
Price: $34.99

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