We keep finding new ones for you!
This delicious selection includes one bottle each of:
Cochon Old Vine Rosé - The highlight of this blend is the 50% Cinsault component - from the oldest Cinsault vineyard in the entire world. Our friend Adam Webb strikes again!
La Villaudiere Sancerre Rosé - You might have thought Sancerre only came in white, but there are red and pink versions, too, and they use the Pinot Noir grape. This is vibrant and minerally - one of my faves of the year.
Famille Bourgeois - Also from the Loire Valley, this one's made of the more obscure Pineau d'Aunis. Hard to pronounce? No fear: You'll soon master the talent of sipping it!
La Crema Brut Rosé - We are getting brave two ways here by introducing you to a small production beauty by a very well-known producer AND by putting a sparkling wine in this "#6" sampler. I was caught off guard by the quality happening here, and I need you to know about it!
Troupis Moschofilero Rosé - So much fun happens here: Moschofilero is Greece's white grape with a light pink skin, and therefore capable of rendering white OR delicately pink wine. That, AND this one comes in a ONE-LITER bottle, providing an extra glass of the minerally juice.
Figuière Mediterranée Rosé - . . . And we finish with a very classical dry pink experience: Grenache, Cinsault, Syrah, and Cabernet join forces in this delicately-fruited South of France beauty.