May 2024

We’re excited to announce the return of Rosémont, our annual celebration of spring and the vibrant new Rosé vintages. This year, we’ve thoughtfully curated a selection of Rosé wines that includes not only our personal favorites but also those that have become customer favorites throughout the year.

As part of the Rosémont festivities, we invite you to shop our beautifully arranged Rosé displays throughout our markets. May is the perfect time to explore and discover your favorite summer bottle with our exclusive weekly sales on select Rosé wines. Each selection is chosen to delight and surprise you, offering the perfect accompaniment to sunny days and warm evenings.

To make this celebration even more special, we are thrilled to offer free wine tastings every Friday in May. These tastings are a fantastic opportunity for you to explore a variety of styles and find new favorites in a fun, community-focused setting. Be sure to check out our schedule here to plan your Fridays with us.

Jean-Luc Colombo Rosé

Méditerranée, France

  • Invigorating dusty pink blend of Syrah and Mourvèdre.
  • Raspberry and watermelon.
  • Brisk acidity, salty, thirst-quenching, and very versatile.

Provence, France

  • Grenache-Carignan-Cinsault is ridiculously right.
  • Crisp, dry, and crowd-pleasing.
  • Slight strawberry, light minerality, clean finish.
VillaViva Rosé

Côtes de Thau, France

  • 100% Carignan from vineyards surrounding the fishing village of Sète on the Mediterranean.
  • Notes of lush raspberry and strawberry.
  • Vibrant and fresh, with a well-balanced profile and a lingering, subtly spicy finish.
  • Drink while looking out into the ocean.
Ercole Rosato

Piedmont, Italy

  • Classic Piedmont grapes: Barbera and Dolcetto, baby!
  • Glass full of fresh-cut watermelon, red apple, and citrus. 
  • A bit “fleshy”- meaning it has a bit more weight and mouthfeel compared to a French Provence Rosé.
Day Wines Lemonade Rosé

Dundee, Oregon

  • This year, the wine showcases a very pale pink hue, bursting with flavors of lemon, strawberry, grapefruit, pink apple, river stones, and flowers.
  • Bright, juicy, and multidimensional.
  • A long-time favorite of Rosemont sta
Santa Tresa Sparkling Frappato

Sicily, Italy

  • A bouquet reminiscent of a fresh bakery, along with creamy sweetness that’s very cool.
  • Herbal notes give way to strawberry candy, complemented by a lively fizz that balances the sweetness.
  • Celebratory in spirit.
AIX Provence Rosé

Provence, France

  • A classic Provençal French Rosé.
  • Rich fruitiness.
  • Gentle acidity, a soft texture, and refreshing.
Famille Boël “Mères” Rosé

Rhône Valley, France

  • A super small-scale, family-owned and operated estate.
  • Perfectly straddling the spectrum between pale and dark hues typical of French Rosés.
  • Bursting with flavors of red currant, purple flowers, and red berries.
  • Offers more character and texture than its lighter Provence neighbors.
Matthiasson Rosé

Napa Valley, California

  • Light as a feather! Beautiful, clean, dry, and incredibly refreshing!
  • Brimming with minerality.
  • Notes of underripe wild strawberry.
  • A Rosemont staff favorite.
Riviera Rosé by Margerum

Santa Barbara County, California

  • Aromatic with rose petals and watermelon.
  • A balanced style that offers just enough acidity to complement the full, pink fruit flavors.
  • It’s a magnum, so you know it’s a crowd-pleaser.
Domaine Poli Ile de Beaute Rosé

Corsica, France

  • Crispy, crispy, crispy!
  • Pale sour cherry.
  • Corsica is seriously underrated in the world of rosé.
Chateaumar Perle de Rosé

Côtes-du-Rhône, France

  • Slightly darker and more robust than rosés of nearby Provence.
  • Macerated strawberries, and raspberries, faintly earthy and peppery.
  • Pairs well with burgers, spicy sausages, tomatoes, and lamb.
Domaine Gueneau Sancerre Rosé

Sancerre, France

  • Made by Elisa Gueneau, whose family has been in Sancerre since before they kept records—a long time. Farmers first and foremost.
  • 100% Pinot Noir. Delicate. Rose petal, strawberry, and citrus. Chalky minerality. Red flowers.
  • A standout rosé.
Bastide Blanche Rosé

Bandol, France

  • Blend of Mourvèdre, Grenache, Cinsault, Clairette, and Ugni Blanc.
  • Fuller and weightier than other rosés. Balanced.
  • Grapefruit, peony, pepper.
Patrick Bottex Bugey-Cerdon Sparkling Gamay

Bugey, France

  • Deep pink glimmers in the glass, ambrosial fragrances of alpine strawberries and roses. 
  • Low alcohol content. 
  • Sweet but balanced.

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