I love a delicious Rosé as much as anyone else, but it’s important to pay attention to what type of Rosé we’re drinking. With how many fabulous Rosé Wines there are to enjoy I thought I’d separate The Best Rosé of Pinot Noir Wines from other Rose Wines (not made of Pinot Noir).
Continue reading to see My Favorite Rosé Wines-Excluding Rosé of Pinot Noir to try some bright, new flavors for your Rosé Wines.
Bennett Lane Rosé of Syrah
The Bennett Lane Rosé of Syrah opens with vibrant aromas of strawberry, tangerine, guava and orange blossom. It has rich flavors that lead to a crisp clean finish. Try this light and bold Rosé on the Bennett Lane website here.
Berne Inspiration Côtes de Provence Rosé
The Berne Inspiration Rosé has a floral, clean, and fresh berry taste that is followed by fresh herbs and flowers. It tastes like you’re walking through a Provence lavender field on an early summer morning, delicious! Order your own on the Côtes de Provence website here.
Edaphos Wines Eugenia Rosé of Cinsault
This Rosé from Edaphos Wines is the exact style I adore. Super light, fresh, and stunning, very similar to a Provincial style Rose for that of you (like me) who LOVE Provencal Rose this is made of Cinsault. It’s perfect for light summer drinking. I paired this with spicy food and it was fabulous. Shop Edaphos Wines on their website here.
Loved this Rosé so much I even had a birthday party centered around Rosé Wines that I love which happened to fall on National Rosé day in 2020.
Father’s & Daughters Rosé of Zinfandel
This wine is both bright and subtle with hints of orange blossom and rose petal. There are also citrus flavors that enhance the aromas with grapefruit and lemon zest. Get your Father’s & Daughters Rosé of Zinfandel here.
Flambeaux Wines Rosé of Cabernet Sauvignon
I became familiar with Flambeaux Wine through their Winemaker Ryan Prichard at Grand Cru Custom Crush. They have one of the most interesting Rosé of Cabernet Sauvignon Wines. The moment I tasted it I fell in love with the delicate, yet light and refreshing flavor. This is such a pleasant treat from the Rosé of Pinot Noir so many Sonoma brands offer.
Me and Flambeaux Winemaker Ryan Prichard. He’s also the Winemaker for Three Sticks (anotehr brand I adore). Learn more about Winemaker Ryan Prichard in my Interview with him here.
The lovely Rosé of Pinot Noir from Flambeaux Wine. This is a blend of Zinfandel and Cabernet and it’s lovely. Subtle light acidity with gorgeous floral notes. This is super enjoyable on a hot day!
Girard Napa Valley Rosé
From the Russian River Valley of Sonoma County, The Girard Napa Valley Rosé of Zinfandel is made with the perfect balance of flavors. It contains the taste of soft/subtle red berries, peach, lemon zest and a slight hint of white pepper. Read more about Girard Winery in Napa Valley on my blog post featuring My Favorite Calistoga Wineries You Must See.
Pence Family Wines Rosé of Gamay
Pence Family Wines is a Winery located in Sta. Rita Hills, a region I love and adore. Read about my favorite Sta. Rita Hills Wineries here. The Pence Family Wines Rosé is stunning, its light, delicate, beautiful, and very delicious. I enjoyed it with the food in the images below with Blaire and Diane Pence during a visit to their winery. Read more about Pence Family Wines here.
Rootdown Cellars Rosé of Sangiovese
The sunset color of this rosé hints and berry aromas is magical for the palate. A pomegranate and blood orange dry finish is absolutely delicious and picture perfect. Read about Rootdown Cellars and my Interview with owner & winemaker Mike Lucia on the blog.
SeaWolf Wines has a delicious Rosé that I was able to enjoy when I attended Pinot Fest this year. Read more about my tasting of SeaWolf with the winemakers at The Anderson Valley Pinot Noir Festival 2021. Also be sure to check out the SeaWolf website here.
Smith Devereux Rosé of Cinsault
I recently hosted an Instagram Live with my friend Ian Devereux-White of Smith-Devereux Wines and fell in LOVE with this Rose. It’s called the Constantine Vacationer and after drinking it you’ll see why. It’s super light, crisp, and very easy to drink. It’s really an everybody Rose meaning everyone will love it. And the best part it’s only $17. Purchase online here and be sure to mention JSF IG Live so they know I told you about it!
Three Sticks Wines
Just in time for Spring, this Casteñada Rosé is crafted from the Durell Vineyard. A blend of Rhône varietals includes Syrah, Viognier, Marsanne, Grenache Blanc and Grenache Noir give the most amazing flavor. Read about my visit to the Durell Vineyard on my blog here.
Me and Ernestine enjoying a fabulous visit at Three Sticks Wines. They are dog friendly (which Ernie and I adore). Read more about my Favorite Dog-Friendly Sonoma Wineries here.
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