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  1. Lafond Tavel Rosé Roc-Epine 2018
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    $19.98
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    90 Points! Bright orange. Mineral-accented cherry and citrus fruit aromas are complemented by building herb and floral nuances. Concentrated and sappy in the mouth, offering juicy red currant, bitter cherry and floral pastille flavors that slowly turn sweeter on the back half. The mineral note returns on the long, penetrating finish, which hangs on with very good tenacity. - Josh Raynolds, Vinous Media Learn More
  2. Leoube Rosé Cotes De Provence Secret de Leoube 2018
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    $31.98
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    93 Points! Vivid salmon skin. Vibrant, mineral-accented red berry and pit fruit aromas, along with suggestions of orange pith and honeysuckle. Silky and energetic in the mouth, offering pliant raspberry, white peach and blood orange flavors and a hint of candied flowers. Powerful yet graceful in character, showing impressive energy and minerally thrust on an impressively long, sappy finish that leaves juicy red berry and pit fruit notes behind. - Josh Raynolds, Vinous Media Learn More
  3. Mas de Daumas Gassac Rosé Frizant 2018
    $19.98
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    Importer notes: This unique sparkling wine is made from bleeding the vats of the Domaine red, fermenting it until almost dry and bottling to capture the natural spritz from the fermentation. The nose shows notes of violets, cherries and other red fruit while in the mouth it has nice mineral expression, crisp red fruit and nice fresh acidity. Low in alcohol (11%), this is the ideal summer picnic sparkler and is very food friendly. Learn More
  4. Terrebrune Bandol Rosé 2018
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    $29.98
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    In the 2018 lineup, this could well be the MVP (Most Valuable Pink). These folks have been doing great work for a while but the 2018 just seems to have a little bit more 'pop' and vigorous yet engaging fruit. As is the norm, Mourvedre (50%) is the star of this show with the other half of the wine is split roughly equally between Grenache and Cinsault. Half of the juice is saignee (bled from the red grapes) while the other half is made directly into rosé. Limestone and organic farming are key elements in this story, with this pink as the happy ending. Equal impressions of both berries and yellow stone fruits like peach and apricot, that cool, funky little twist is the Mourvedre speaking its piece, and there's a nice touch of minerality to the finish. Learn More
  5. La Mordoree Cotes du Rhone Rosé 2018
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    $16.98
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    This family winery has been a Winex favorite for a long time and this is the entry-level bottling among 4-5 different rosés that can range up to $50. We like this one because it gives the Mordoree experience at the most attractive price, and this 2018 is the most engaging we have had in some time. Their pinks have a huge following and for good reason. This version is made up of 40% Grenache, 30% Syrah, 15% Cinsault, 10% Carignan, and 5% Mourvedre. In the glass, the Grenache appears to be the lead singer, delivering a broad, juicy blast of decidedly red berry fruit. It's rounder in the mouth than some but still maintains plenty of freshness and finishes with a touch of garrigue. Far too easy to drink and a strong choice for under $20. Learn More
  6. Dyckerhoff Reuilly Petit Gris Rosé 2018
    $14.98
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    Reuilly is an outcropping of limestone and clay soil that makes for a terroir suitable for the vine in a region dominated by grain farming. The allowed varieties of Reuilly are Sauvignon Blanc, Pinot Noir and Pinot Gris, which is only allowed for rosé, this one being a beguiling wine with the slightly pink tint and rich texture of the Pinot Gris grape, more than just a dry rosé. The wines of Reuilly are pleasurable and easy to drink, a racy, cool-climate style that is sure to please... Learn More
  7. Solitude Cotes du Rhone Rosé 2018
    $10.98
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    This may be the best value of 2018. It is certainly one of them. The property has a glorious past and wines have been made at this place for several hundred years. The owners have had connection to the church and the three hats on the label refer to two bishops and a pope among the forefathers of the Lançon familiy. The medal on the label refers to an award from Napoleon after the battle of Waterloo to one family member. We have sold a number of Chateauneufs from this domaine over the years as well. Cinsault takes te lead here supported by Grenache and Syrah. Pale pink/salmon color, the delicacy of the CInsault is evident with notes of red melon, berries and a backnote of garrigue in the finish. Delicious and versatile. Learn More
  8. Pradeaux Bandol Rosé 2018
    $26.98
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    Last year’s(2017) was something of a best of show for us, and the 2018 is in the same mold with perhaps a little more perceived palate weight and slightly lower acidity. The blend here is 50% Cinsault and 50% Mourvedre, with the latter imparting the wine’s distinctive undercurrent of that unique musky minerality that seems to be proprietary to how Mourvedre performs in this particular terroir. In more rustic versions it can be overwhelming, but here it is another instrument in a virtual symphony of flavors. The effusive nose speaks of red berries, blood oranges and that earthy/mineral thing that is so indicative of the region. In the mouth it shows layers of flavor including, strawberry, orange, earth, mineral, and spice. There’s enough outgoing fleshiness to easily make friends who aren’t necessarily even fans of Bandol but the flavors are unmistakable. If you were as big a fan of the 2017 as we were, you will be quite happy with this one. Learn More
  9. De Chansac Rosé Cinsault 2018
    $9.98
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    The vines are located in the northern mountains of the Pyrénées and the Cévennes within the Pays d’Oc appellation in Languedoc-Roussillon. The Mediterranean Sea in the south offers hot and dry summers, with various terroirs. The soil is dense which gives perfect medium-bodied fruity wines. Learn More
  10. Thivin Beaujolais Villages Rosé 2018
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    $19.98
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    Now for something completely different. You won’t find many rosés made like this, in the Beaujolais or anywhere else. It is fermented with ambient yeasts, completes malolactic, and is bottled only when the wine is deemed 'ready'. Thivin makes it like any other serious wine of and allows it to run its natural course rather than manipulating it to "some 'designer' specs and rushing it into bottle. The result is a sleek, nervy, mineral-laced, suave rosé that expresses the nuances of where it comes from...granite soils outside the cru of Brouilly. From a one-hectare parcel of 50-year-old vines in sand and pink granite, there's succulent flesh and a mouthwatering finish punctuated by a pleasant salinity, but the insistent minerality is a definite stylistic distinction. Learn More
  11. Les Hauts du Vallon Bandol Rosé 2018
    $18.98
    Availability:In Stock
    45% Mourvedre, 45% Grenache, 10% Cinsault from Argilo-Calcareous soils.  Killer value!
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