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Summer Rosés

2012 Bodegas Olivares Rosé (Rosado) Jumilla (Spain) $8.99

“The blend of Monastrell and Syrah gives richness and structure to this fresh, fruity Spanish rosé. Lovely aromas of floral and red fruits are prominent the nose. On the palate, it is fruity, fresh and balanced.”

2012 Bodegas San Alejandro Las Rocas Garnacha Rosé Calatayud (Spain) $9.99

“One of the darker, fuller styled rosés. Made in the Calatayud area of north central Spain with 100% Garnacha fruit, which lends a rich texture, fleshy spiciness, and red berry flavors. Enjoy this wine with curries, mushroom frittata, or all on its own on a warm afternoon.”

2012 Fritz Haag “Fritz” Rosé (Germany) $11.99

“This wine from the Rheinhessen region is a very light pink wine, similar to the rosés done in the Provencal style. When introduced to the nose it is met with fresh scents like nectarine and fresh berries. When tasting it, notes of fresh berries are predominate along with notes of grape fruit and minerality finished by a little bit of a tart tang. On a hot summer day, a glass of a rosé like this should always be welcomed.”

2012 Saint Roch Les Vignes Cotes de Provence Rosé $12.99

This spectacular Provencal rosé has it all. Citrus, cranberry, and minerals. Provence’s quintessential quaffer. An unadulterated blend of Grenache and Cinsault. It is a phenomenal value and is a perfect summer wine. Just plain delicious. Jim K.

2012 Domaine Charvin Cotes du Rhone Rosé $15.99

“This is a tiny estate run by Gerard Charvin and his son, Laurent, consisting of mostly old vines. The Rose is a lively blend of Grenache, Syrah, Bourboulenc, and Carignan with perfumed notes of rose petal, red cherries and citrus zest. Medium bodied with nice complexity, spice, and a racy clean finish.”

2012 Domaine Maby Tavel La Forcadiere Rosé $16.99

“57% Grenache, 27% Cinsault and 16% from a blend of Bourboulenc, Carignan, Clairette, Grenache Blanc, Mourvedre and Syrah from 45 year old vines. Brilliant, clear, pink with ruby hues. Fine nose of red fruit with a touch of minerality. On the palate, it is dry, creamy, yet fresh. Lingering finish with a bit of spice.”

2012 Chateau Paradis Rosé Coteaux d’Aix En Provence $16.99

A pale salmon pink color in the glass. There are rich notes of white and pink flowers with hints of chalk and minerals on the nose. The texture mixes red raspberries and ripe cherries with a hint of blood orange juice and zest.

2012 Chateau de Segries Tavel Rosé $18.99

“A beautifully balanced, more full-bodied style Cotes du Rhone Rosé. Ruby red with ripe strawberry and red currant fruits, round yet dry mid-palate and a touch of Kirsch on the long finish. Try it with seared rare tuna, pork loin or spicy stir fry. Always one of our favorite French Rosé wines!”

2012 Arregi Getariako Txakolina Rosé (Spain) $18.99

This spectacular Basque country rosé has it all. Citrus, cranberry, strawberry and minerals. It’s the most common drink found throughout the tapas bars that line the streets in San Sebastián. This wine will take you right back there. This rosé is very easy to drink by itself or with appetizers, seafood or fish dishes.

2012 Frank Cornelissen Susucaru Etna Rosé (Italy) $27.99

“Frank is one of the maddest men of the natural wine movement, growing grapes on the slopes of Sicily’s Mt. Etna and making wine with as little intervention as possible. What does that mean? Well, it starts with indigenous yeasts, open fermentation in neutral vessels and a refusal to introduce sulfur, let alone chemicals, enzymes, or any kind of additive. What it means in the bottle is a wine with truly unique personality, vibrant fruit and a range of flavors that will remind you that wine is a product of nature. This particular Rosato is also unusual for Rose because it is made with white grapes and red grapes co-fermented together for 45 days on the skins.”

2012 Domaines Ott Cotes de Provence Rosé Château de Selle $39.99

“Light, fruity, very crisp in character, this is an apple and citrus driven wine as much as red fruits. There is an attractive, exotic touch of pomegranate fruits that add an extra dimension to this lively, fresh wine.”

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