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The Official Wine of Summer Pink Trio (12 Bottle)

We all need bright and cheerful moments, which include mealtimes, so why not make your meals even more enjoyable with a bottle of rosé. Our latest selection includes three of our favorite pink drinks, and they are the MUST-HAVE sippers of summer.

The Official Wine of Summer Pink Trio (12 Bottle)
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2017 Precarious Oregon Pinot Noir Rose 2017 Precarious Oregon Pinot Noir Rose
Elusive and elegant, the 2017 Precarious Pinot Noir Rosé is ready to enjoy but also can gracefully age for a few more years. It’s nicely balanced with beautiful fruit, refreshing acidity and a soft, lingering finish.
2020 Ray's Station California Rose 2020 Ray's Station California Rose
The 2020 vintage from Rays Station is a blend of approximately two-thirds Zinfandel and one-third Barbera. The grapes from that growing season were stellar, marked by even ripeness and balanced flavors.
2017 Blue Roof California Rose 2017 Blue Roof California Rose
In crafting the wine, Blue Roof’s team ultimately settled on a cuvee of Zinfandel (47%), Barbera (23%), Pinot Noir (15%), Petite Sirah (13%) and Muscat (2%). It’s everything you would want in a wonderful rosé-style wine — mouthwatering, thirst quenching, tangy and slightly sweet.

NOTE: Because these wines are all in very limited supply, substitutions for wines similar in character and of equal or higher value may occasionally be made.

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