The nation’s obsession with rosé has yet to show signs of slowing down, in fact rosé as a percent of overall sales volume doubled year over year from April 2018 to April 2019 (Source: Wine Access, April 2019). With National Rosé Day just around the corner (June 8th), consumers will soon be on the hunt for new bottles of pink to drink. Below you’ll find four unique and delicious rosés hailing from four distinct regions in California. From light pink to bubbly, these wines are sure to have your customers ditching last year’s favorites in favor of these fun offerings from the golden state.
Raeburn Rosé, Russian River Valley (SRP $19.99)
A blend of primarily Pinot Noir and Grenache, this California-meets-Provence rosé begins with aromas of white flowers and fresh raspberries. On the palate, you’ll find flavors of juicy strawberry and guava supported by delicious acidity, leaving the palate light and refreshed.
Scharffenberger Brut Rosé Excellence, Anderson Valley (SRP $22.99)
Sporting a stunning rose gold label, this salmon-colored sparkler from California’s Anderson Valley offers flavors of fruity raspberry jam and wild strawberries elevated by fine bubbles and a thirst-quenching, acid-driven finish.
Oak Farm Grenache Rosé, Lodi (SRP $24.00)
Light and delicate, this Grenache-based rosé from California’s budding Lodi wine region entices with aromas of fresh jasmine and rose petals followed by a touch of fruit and a bright, crisp acidity.
La Crema Pinot Noir Rosé, Monterey (SRP $25.00)
Bursting with aromas of juicy pink grapefruit and mandarin oranges complemented by classic summer flavors of watermelon, strawberry and blood orange this rosé pairs beautifully with sunshine, BBQ’s and good times.