Pinot Noir, Rosé, Kitsch Wines, East Kelowna, Okanagan Valley, BC, Canada 12.5 abv., 2019, C$27

It used to be said rosé was a wine that could only be enjoyed during the summer, and because it’s pink, usually by women.

Pshaw.

Let’s resolve to be neither seasonally prejudiced nor sexist when it comes to drinking.  Equal opportunity all the way!

So, you can drink rosé any darned time of year you like.  But this one will definitely remind you of the summer that is almost upon us.  And yes, I’ll personally guarantee that everyone is going to want to drink this.

Straight from the slopes of East Kelowna comes this drink with its stunning shade of watermelon pink, nose of Swedish berries and red rose petal, and a very slightly off dry pomegranate and green meadow palate.

If you like to imagine streamers, confetti, and noisemakers when it comes to what you’re drinking on the patio, this wine is for you – it’s a delicious, socially distanced party in a glass.

 

 

 

This wine was provided gratis.

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