Rosé Day is coming up on June 11th so take your pick, or pick them all!

Bread and Butter Rosé – #18486 – $18.95

This wine takes two iconic Old World grapes, Grenache of French and Spanish fame, and Barbera – an Italian staple, and combines them with a California flare that makes for a juicy, delicious sip. This wine bursts with strawberry, raspberry and watermelon, all with a lively acidity, and closes in a clean, refreshing finish. Match this with smoked salmon, bagels and cream cheese, pasta salad, grilled chicken or pork, or sushi.

Toro Bravo Rosado – #14145 – $8.90

Toro Bravo’s blend of Shiraz (Syrah) and Garnacha (Grenache) offers up flavours of grapefruit and other citrus, watermelon, and light cherry/raspberry notes. Dry, lively and thirst-quenching, Toro Bravo Rosado is built for sipping in the sunshine or pairing with appetizers, fish tacos, or chicken skewers.

The Beachhouse Rosé – # – $12.00

The Beachhouse Rosé is made from 100% Pinotage, the signature grape of South Africa. This wine leads with aromas of red cherries, strawberries, and rose petals, which are reflected on the palate along with juicy raspberries and hints of Turkish delight. Delicious from the first sip through the lingering finish. Match this up with smoked chicken salads, Thai dishes, pasta carbonara, or ribs in sticky-sweet barbeque sauce.

Gran Feudo Rosado – # – $13.05

The electric strawberry colour hints at what is inside a bottle of Gran Fuedo Rosado. A blend of Garnacha (Grenache), Tempranillo and Merlot, the wine has a bright acidity that keeps the wild strawberry and cherry fruit lively and the wine refreshing. Pair this dry rosado with classic Spanish paella, veggie dishes, BLTs, summer salads, and grilled fish or chicken dishes.


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