It’s August, Summer is almost over, but there’s still plenty of time to down as much rosé as humanly poss!!! (responsibly, of course)
I tasted through some 40 odd pinks to come up with my top 17 (yeah it’s a weird number) for the Big Rosé Review on ZesterDaily….
for all the tasting notes and buying info, go to this Zester page below.
Below are bottle shots.
(unless you’re in SF, then grab a light-sweater)
2009 Inman Family, Endless Crush, Brut Rosé Nature $65 – Available at winery website
2012 Curtis Heritage Rosé, $22 – Available at the winery’s site
NV Croft Pink – Porto –Widely available across the US
2012 Mounts Family Winery, Grenache Rosé, Dry Creek Valley, Sonoma County $16 –Available at the winery
NV Blason de Bourgogne, Crémant de Bourgogne, about $8.99 Trader Joe’s
2012 Clendenen Family Vineyards, Mondeuse Rosé, Bien Nacido Estate Plantings, Santa Maria Valley
$15 – Available online and at the Au Bon Climat tasting room in Santa Barbara, 805-963-7999
2012 Cameron Hughes Lot 349, Napa Valley, $9.99 available in most SoCal CostCo
2012 Campovida – Rosé di Grenache Riserva , $34.00 Available at Campovida Tasting Room in Hopland (707) 744-8797, or at the Campovida Tasting Room in Oakland, 510-550-7273
2012 Gioia, Castello di Amorosa – $24 Available at the winery’s site
2012 Brooks – Pinot Noir, Willamette Valley, $20 –Widely Available
2012 Bonny Doon, Vin Gris de Cigare $16.00 – Widely available
2012 Miraval, Côtes de Provence, around $23 – Widely available