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Rosé Special Collection

Sip on some of the finest West Coast Rosés

Rosé 6 pack is no longer available to purchase as a complete set.

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However, you are able to purchase individual bottles below!

This year we put together an awesome selection of Rosé wines that you don't want to miss out on. All of the wines are made by small, award-winning wineries on the West Coast:

• 2 selections from California
• 2 from Oregon
• 2 from Washington!

(see available wines below)

These are heavenly, dry Rosés that are just what your glass is calling for! Enjoy these highly-sought-after wines yourself, share with friends, or send as a gift.

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Very limited quantity available.

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More About the Wines:

We included one bottle each of the following wines in this package:

Schug 2019 Rosé of Pinot NoirSchug 2019 Rosé of Pinot Noir
Ricci Vineyard, Sonoma Coast, California
100% Pinot Noir
836 Cases Produced

99 Points + Double Gold MedalSunset International Wine Competition

Walter Schug’s legendary winemaking career and accomplishments have been well documented since the early 1970’s when the German-born wine guru served as the founding winemaker of Joseph Phelps Vineyards. While at Phelps, Schug made California’s first proprietary Bordeaux-style blend as well as the first varietal Syrah wine in the United States. When Phelps decided to end their production of Pinot Noir (Schug’s favorite varietal), Schug began making his own wine on the side and by 1983, Schug Carneros Estate Winery was born. Schug and his wife Gertrude chose the cool, marine climate of Carneros for their family winery due to their mutual love of Chardonnay and Pinot Noir, and over the years, have won countless awards and ratings for their spectacular Burgundian-style wines. Schug’s 2019 Rosé of Pinot Noir comes from the Sonoma Coast’s famed Ricci Vineyard. Crafted in the German style, this delicate Rosé is refreshingly light and dry with vibrant acidity and inviting flavors of strawberry, watermelon and peach. It is a reminder of the great versatility that Pinot Noir has to offer.

WillaKenzie 2019 Rosé of Pinot NoirWillaKenzie 2019 Rosé of Pinot Noir
Willamette Valley, Oregon
100% Pinot Noir
800 Cases Produced

91 PointsWashington Wine Blog

Located in the Yamhill-Carlton AVA in the Northern Willamette Valley of Oregon, WillaKenzie Estate was established in 1991 by Bernard Lacroute with a focus on Pinot Noirs that convey a sense of place. At WillaKenzie, terroir is not simply a notion, but it is the core of everything that they do. It is even in the winery’s name, WillaKenzie, which describes the ancient sedimentary soils on which the vines are planted. It is also conveyed in the winery’s commitment to sustainable practices to preserve the biodiversity of the land and WillaKenzie is proud to be Oregon’s first LIVE Certified winery. The WillaKenzie 2019 Rosé is a beautiful blend offering floral and exotic citrus fruit notes and a creamy texture that’s balanced by natural acidity. Full of depth and personality, this Rosé is an instant crowd-pleaser!

Prospice 2020 RoséProspice 2020 Rosé
Lonesome Spring Ranch Valley, Yakima Valley, Washington
49% Grenache, 27% Cinsault, 24% Counoise
180 Cases Produced

Rosé Special Selection - Gold Medal Wine Club

Prospice is the creation of two friends with a shared vision for wines and winemaking. After Jay Krutulis and Matt Reilly left their prior professional careers behind, they followed their desire to craft artisanal wines in the esteemed winegrowing region of Walla Walla, Washington and Prospice was born. The name ‘Prospice,’ from the Latin phrase ‘look to the future,’ represents both their belief in the optimistic and forward-looking nature of wine and winemaking as well as their respect for the deeply rooted traditions of the past. At Prospice, Jay and Matt’s focus is on making balanced and elegant wines that celebrate the source fruit and the vineyard sites. Their 2020 Rosé is a blend sourced from the Lonesome Spring Ranch Vineyard in Walla Walla’s Yakima Valley. This wine is clean, bright, delicate, nuanced, vibrant and delicious - hitting all the right notes! On the nose, delicate spring flowers are the first aroma to greet you, progressing into a lively interplay of strawberry, rhubarb and yuzu. The palate is bright with pronounced minerality and flavors of fresh lime, strawberry and raspberry that carry through to the finish. Cheers!

Dragonette 2020 Rosé of GrenacheDragonette 2020 Rosé of Grenache
Santa Ynez Valley, Santa Barbara County, California
91% Grenache, 9% Graciano

Rosé Special Selection - Gold Medal Wine Club

Brothers John and Steve Dragonette and close friend Brandon Sparks-Gillis founded Dragonette Cellars in 2005. Their shared passion for great wine brought them to wild, windy and remote northern Santa Barbara County, where they have spent years seeking out extraordinary, cool-climate vineyards and dedicating themselves to careful, patient, minimalist winemaking. 2020 marks Dragonette’s 14th vintage of producing their highly-sought after Rosé - a wine that tends to sell out quickly each year, often before the (forthcoming) ratings and awards are even released. This 2020 bottling is a blend from two vineyards (Two Wolves and Vogelzang) in California’s Santa Ynez Valley. Crisp, refreshing, expressive and lively, the Dragonette 2020 Rosé is the ideal wine for warm summer days, as an aperitif, or as a pairing to appetizers and spicy food. Enjoy!

J. Christopher 2019 Estate Rosé of Pinot NoirJ. Christopher 2019 Estate Rosé of Pinot Noir
Chehalem Mountains, Willamette Valley, Oregon
100% Pinot Noir
98 Cases Produced

Rosé Special Selection - Gold Medal Wine Club

An internationally acclaimed winery featuring handcrafted, Old World-inspired wines from Oregon’s Willamette Valley, J. Christopher is the story of two winemakers, one from the Old World and one from the New World, with a lifelong passion for Pinot Noir. Ernst Loosen, the famed Riesling producer behind Germany’s Dr. Loosen and Villa Wolf wineries and Oregon winemaker Jay Somers teamed up and created a beautiful, sustainably-driven winery that has seen much success since its start. In fact, over the last decade, J. Christopher has been named a Wine & Spirits World Top 100 Winery four times. The J. Christopher 2019 Estate Pinot Noir Rosé hails from the winery’s esteemed Appassionata and Medici Estate Vineyards in the Chehalem Mountains of Oregon’s Willamette Valley. Unfiltered, this Rosé has wonderfully fresh acidity and minerality while still maintaining a nice round mouthfeel and flavors of grapefruit, strawberries and lemon zest. Cheers!

Walla Walla Vintners 2020 Rosé of SangioveseWalla Walla Vintners 2020 Rosé of Sangiovese
Walla Walla Valley, Washington
100% Sangiovese
450 Cases Produced

Rosé Special Selection - Gold Medal Wine Club

Crafting wines with a true sense of place has been Walla Walla Vintners’ legacy since 1995, and as Walla Walla Valley’s 8th winery, being stewards of the land is a point of pride for this family-owned winery. Longtime wine lovers, Scott and Nici Haladay became the new stewards of the historic winery in 2017, along with its iconic red barn and the Cut Bank Estate Vineyard, nestled within the picturesque Blue Mountains of Walla Walla Valley. The couple works closely with winemaker Derrek Vipond in meticulous vineyard sourcing and crafting a new era of finely-made, elegant wines. The Walla Walla Vintners 2020 Rosé is grown by the pioneering Seven Hills Vineyard, a Certified Sustainable and Salmon Safe vineyard. Light and refreshing, this Rosé offers abundant citrus, honeydew and watermelon notes that show off the remarkable terroir of the Walla Walla Valley. Enjoy!

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Embrace the Dry Side of Rosé - California style!

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Color, texture and flavors in a Rosé are influenced by the method by which the wine is produced, the amount of time the grapes are left on their skins, and the types of varietals used, among other things. Rosé can be produced through two methods - saignée and maceration - both relying on the skin contact to impart color, flavor, and texture to the finished wine. When using the saignée method (meaning “bleeding” in French), Rosé is produced as a byproduct of red wine. Grapes are harvested with the intention of making red wine. A portion of the pink juice is removed at an early stage in production, which is then fermented separately to produce Rosé. In the limited maceration method, red grapes are picked with the express purpose of making Rosé, often earlier and with higher acidity than when picked to make red wine. When the grapes are crushed, the skins are left in contact with the juice for a short period of time - usually between 12 and 24 hours - until the juice achieves the desired color. Then the entirety of the juice is pressed off and fermented to make Rosé.

Nearly any red wine grape can be used to make Rosé (and sometimes even grey-skinned grapes like Pinot Gris and Grenache Blanc!). Although many winemakers stick to more traditional Southern Rhône Provencal varietals for Rosé like Grenache, Syrah, and Mourvèdre, others are experimenting with different grapes, such as Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, or Pinot Noir. We’ve tried to showcase an array of different styles and varietals available in order to provide an overview of Rosé’s variety and a snapshot of its form in California.

Dry Rosé is the ideal wine for warm weather, long days, and lingering sunshine - although we’ve embraced it as welcome and refreshing sipper year round! A flexible drinker, Rosé pairs ridiculously well with a number of dishes - from light, fresh salads to seafood to meatier dishes like fried chicken, burgers, and barbecue ribs - or as an aperitif.