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blog | June 10, 2020 – 7:25pm | By Catherine Fallis

Summer is here! Even with limitations still on multiple fronts of our lives, we can still enjoy the warmer weather, sunshine, and the ultimate beach wine – Rosé! Evocative names such as Hampton Water, the delicious new Rosé from Jon Bon Jovi, Jesse Bongiovi and Gérard Bertrand, or Doug Margerum’s Riviera Rosé from Santa Barbara, take us through the glass to some of the best beaches on the planet. Let’s celebrate National Rosé Day together this Saturday, June 13th, by raising a glass of beach wine, either one of our picks, one of your favorites, or one that is already chilling in your fridge. Cheers from the team at Planet Grape Wine Review.


2019 Bonny Doon Vineyard Vin Gris de Cigare Central Coast California: $14.99
Light, crisp, zingy and dry with notes of tangerine, peach, strawberry and dried herbs.

2019 Dutton Goldfield Rosé of Pinot Noir Sonoma Coast California: $30
Light, crisp, tart and dry with notes of cranberry, raspberry, lemon, pink grapefruit and sage leaf.

2019 Margerum Riviera Rosé Santa Barbara California: $24.50
Light, crisp, pithy and dry with notes of lemon zest, raspberry, peach and violet.


2019 Garzon Pinot Noir Rosé Reserva Garzon Uruguay: $15
Light, tart, fresh and zippy with notes of lemon, raspberry, white cherry, peach, pink rose and sea spray.


2019 Cantina Tollo Cerasuolo d’Abruzzo Biologico: $20
Light, tart, lean and very dry with notes of pink grapefruit, raspberry, peach and sea salt. Organic. Vegan.

2019 ROSA Dolce & Gabbana and Donnafugata Sicilia Italy: $45
Coming into the US market next month; made with Nerello Mascalese from Mt. Etna.


2018 Faustino VII Rioja Rosado Spain: $16
Light, dry, tart and refreshing with notes of very ripe lemon, strawberry, peach, pink rose and violet.


2019 Minuty Prestige Rosé Cotes de Provence: $30
Soft, silky, delicate and dry with notes of raspberry, white peach, melon, lavender, pink rose and seashell.

2019 Peyrassol Cuvee de la Commanderie Cotes de Provence: $20
Light, crisp, dry and fresh with notes of watermelon, seashell, yellow rose and violet.

2019 Chateau Roubine Premium Cru Classe Provence: $27
Check our site soon for review –

2019 Chateau Routas Rosé Coteaux Varois en Provence: $15
Light and silky then crisp and dry with notes of satsuma, raspberry, apricot, seashell and pink rose.

2019 Sainte-Béatrice Cuvée B Provence: $19.99
Check our site soon for review –

2018 Chateau Suau Bordeaux: $19.99
Delicate, silky, tart and dry with notes of wild strawberry, raspberry, violet and fennel seed.

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