• Courtney CJ says:

    I adore rose. I promised myself if I secured a new job I would splurge on some fancier bottles, and since I finally have my job offer, I am ready to celebrate! I’ll be checking this one out.

  • Tine says:

    I absolutely love rosés but never know which one to buy! I love the label on this one and even if it is a bit more expensive, I’d still give it a try for a special occasion!

    • Yes, that is the exact predicament I found myself in this summer and why I resolved to change that. This is one of the more expensive bottles, but worth it for a special occasion. Take a gander at my other picks outlined at the bottom of this post… they are definitely more reasonably priced options. Good luck!

  • Molly says:

    I’m not a big fan of rose, but only because it can be SO sweet. I want to like it so badly, it seems like such a refreshing summer drink!

    Molly || Miss Molly Moon

    • You have a good point, Molly. It is notoriously a sweet drink. I definitely wouldn’t recommend this pick for you. Some are more on the dry side and I think you might like Mathilde Chapoutier that I wrote about earlier in the summer. It is a bit more dry and light than the average rose, with more of a tart than sweet palette. If you get a chance to try it, let me know what you think. 🙂

  • Cathy says:

    You are right! The perfect summer wine. Especially in Texas – I live in the Houston area too!

  • Man, that looks good. I can almost smell it. I’m in Texas too (born in Houston)! Loooove your blog name

    • So good! Hope you’re able to enjoy a glass soon. I just moved to Texas from NYC… love the quality of life and people are much nicer by far… but the heat! Any tips for survival?!

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