“I said a wanted a dozen *Rosés*” -Mom

Hello, Feastlings.

By now you know better.  Pink wine isn’t automatically the cloying white Zinfandel you drank thirty years ago.  Yes, there’s fruit to be had, but as more producers make something pink, they’re making it with their own style and reputation in mind, and New World Rosé is becoming every bit as interesting and complex, as clean and as fresh as Old World Pinks.  Don’t believe us?  Come to the tasting this Saturday, May 11, at 2:00 and taste for yourself.  Kevin’s got two New World Rosés for you to taste alongside two from the Old World. And whichever your preference, you’re sure to realize why your fridge should be stocked with pink wine for the next few months.  It’ll be an excellent way to take the edge off the Tucson summer.

The tasting happens at 2:00 pm, costs $12.50 plus tax and tip, and will likely fill up.  So call us at 326-9363 to save a seat (web and email reservations won’t hold a spot for you.)

“I said I wanted a dozen Rosés– Mom

2018 Broc Cellars “Love” Rosé, Suisun Valley

2017 Groundwork Rosé of Grenache, Central Coast

2018 La Nerthe “Les Cassagnes” Côtes du Rhône Rosé

2018 Ioppa “Rusin” Rosato di Nebbiolo, Colline Novaresi

 

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