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Rosé + Rosé Cocktails

The easygoing nature of light white wine with a touch of red’s robustness — is it any wonder we love rosé so much? Even better, it comes in a dazzling array of styles, from soft and off-dry to medium bodied and dry or extra-dry, and it’s equally at home with light brunch fare or a hearty barbecue. Simply chill and serve for a sublime patio sipper, or stir rosé into a wine-based cocktail, such as our Pink Berry Sangria.

ENJOY IT NOW

Unlike most wine, rosé is meant to be sipped young, not cellared. And because it doesn’t require lengthy aging, it’s often a superb value, too.

 

PITCHER PERFECT

A pretty pink pitcher of fruity rosé sangria is a lovely choice for welcoming guests at your spring get togethers. Sweet, dry or bubbly rosé, there are lots of options to try.

 

SIP IT WITH

Rosé’s light flavour matches especially well with tapas, charcuterie, spicy takeout or whatever’s grilling on the barbecue.

 

1. BANROCK STATION PINK MOSCATO

Kick off an al fresco brunch with this Moscato from down under. Its ripe fruit tones and berry aromas make it a wonderful spring sipper.

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2. PELEE ISLAND LOLA BLUSH SPARKLING VQA

Ideal for greeting guests or pairing with dessert, this blush bubbly has light berry and blood orange notes. Serve it alongside a strawberry tart.

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3. HENKELL ROSÉ

Savour this versatile sparkler’s soft berry and citrus charms with a cheese tray or swirled into an Italian Negroni cocktail.

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