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Villa Farnia Pecorino 2018
Crafted at three-time Winery of the Year Farnese, this fine Pecorino offers up crisp, appealing, orchard-fruit flavors and has a legacy of acclaim, including international trophy wins and a “top pick” nod from Wine Spectator.
Lobster Shack Rosé 2019
If you love rosé, you’ve got to try this fresh catch from South Africa. It’s a perfectly fruity marriage of Pinotage and Shiraz, crafted by the talented Gerhard Swart at the Western Cape’s acclaimed Flagstone Winery.
Domaine B&B Bouché Crémant de Limoux Rosé NV
The Bouché family have made lovely Champagne since 1920. Now, they’ve set up shop in southern France’s celebrated Limoux region (the original home of sparkling wine) to craft this elegant pink fizz. Look for a creamy mousse and ripe berry flavors.
Green Darner Riesling 2018
Like the Green Darner dragonfly (Washington’s state insect), this Riesling is beautiful, expressive, and captivating. With a kiss of sweetness and pure apple and pear flavors, it’s a must-try for white wine fans and delicious with a variety of foods.
Domaine du Mas Ensoleillé 2019
This acclaimed pink arrives from a top estate that has the “sunny” spirit of summer built right into its name. Made with old-vine Grenache and Syrah and night harvested to preserve the intense black currant flower, orange zest, and strawberry notes.
Moulin de Pontfract Rosé 2019
This elegant, pale-pink stunner hails from a 300-year-old domaine in the classic Provençal village of Correns (also home to Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie’s much-talked-about venture). A super-stylish aperitif, filled with floral and citrus flavors.
Domaine de l'Estan Cotes de Provence Rosé Magnum 2017
From the renowned Bataille family and the great 2017 vintage comes this stylish, Provence rosé magnum. Marrying berry-rich Grenache and red-fruited Syrah with a splash of Vermentino (for a refreshing, floral twist), it’s a must-try for rosé fans.
Virginie T Champagne Rosé NV
Here’s an elegant rosé from ‘the princess of Champagne,’ Virginie Taittinger. Crafted with 85% Premier and Grand Cru fruit, it’s a perfect marriage of Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Pinot Meunier. Delectable solo or with red berry desserts.
Blanc Neuf La Bastide 2018
Here’s a great-value, trophy-pedigree white from France’s celebrated Bonfils family. Crafted from the southern Rhône’s classic white grapes (Viognier, Marsanne, and Roussanne), it’s wonderfully aromatic and bursting with peach, juicy pear, and more.