This month we’re featuring a thirst-quenching three-pack of French rosés for both our Gastronomist and Naturalist wine clubs. We’re offering some of this year’s best acid-driven pink wines that you’ll want to drink well into the Fall.
2015 Chateau Sulauze ‘Pomponette’ Rosé – A perennial favorite! This is a pale-pink Provencal classic. Dry, delicate and mineral-driven.
2015 Pierre Chermette ‘Les Griottes’ Beaujolais Rosé – Fresh and expressive, easy-to-drink.
2015 Bernard Baudy Chinon Rosé – One of our favorite Rosés EVER! Textured and complex with vibrant acidity.
2015 Domaine Guion Bourgueil Rosé – The estate has practiced organics for 50 years. Bone-dry and mineral-driven with lots of acidity.
2015 Le Sot de l”Ange ‘La Boutanche’ Rosé – Structured, tart and comes in a liter-sized bottle.
2015 Courtault-Tardieux Touraine Rosé – One of the few wines on our shelves made exclusively from the Pineau d’Aunis grape. This one’s a new discovery for us this year.