This bottle celebrates the unique, lively spirit of organic wine-growing. The strawberry, key lime, and pineapple aromas perfectly play to the in-season flavors of summer, too. Pair it with pasta, seafood, or fresh goat cheese.
Austria is a lesser-known producer of deliciously dry, smooth rosés. This one's made from Zweigelt and St. Laurent grape varieties—when grown in the cool climate of Gobelsburg, they make wine with a highly acidic, perfectly crisp flavor bursting with notes of wild cherry. Bring this bottle to your next barbecue if you really want to wow your friends.
This elegant, dry rosé goes with all your Spring celebrations, Memorial Day gatherings, or peak-summer parties. It comes from the Columbia Valley of Washington, where warm fall days give the wine its full ripeness and pale pink color; the cooler nights help maintain its crisp acidity. It's bursting with fresh raspberry flavor with hints of watermelon and citrus zest.
Campo Viejo's sparkling Spanish Cava comes from the Rioja region, where warm weather gives the wine a bright, ripe berry flavor and vibrant red color. Pair it with tapas, like olives and cheeses with honey, or sip as-is.
An authentic ProvencalRosé, Fleur de Mer translates to “flower of the sea,” which is exactly what you get with this wine – the best of the lavender fields that sprawl across the Southern French coast and a refreshingly crisp taste best enjoyed by the sea. It's medium-bodied, fresh and elegant with hints of cherry, watermelon, and herbs and has a mineral finish.