Domaine La Suffrene Vin de Pays Provencal Rosé | $14.99
After years of selling grapes to the local co-op, Cedric Gravier started making wine on his family estate in 1996. The result has been terroir-driven wines with clean fruit and bright, fresh acidity. His Mourvedre-blend rose recipé is archetypal (that’s a good thing), and Cedric’s decision to bottle means fabulous value.
Muga Rioja Rosé | $14.99
Muga makes one of the most distinctively delicious rosados in Rioja, indeed in all of Spain. It is a style referred to locally as “clarete,” which is a lighter type of rosé made by combining white wine with some red. It’s tangy and dry with red berry fruit and apricot notes.
Domaine du Pas de L’escalette Ze Rozé | $19.99 750 mL $44.99 magnum
Meet our new favorite French rosé! Made with mostly Cinsault, this rosé is beautifully balanced with tart red fruits, herbs, and a hint of briny minerality. Perfect with goat cheese!
Matthiasson Rosé Magnum | $49.99 Only six left at Divisadero!
SF Chronicle’s Winemaker of the Year, Steve Matthiasson, has done it again! His rosé has bright aromas of grapefruit and white peach with crisp acidity and a dry finish that make a refreshing sipper for a sunny day! Email firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested.