National Rosé Day - what’s everyone opening?

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#1 Post by joejolesch »

Not that anyone needs an excuse in the summer months, but apparently it’s National Rosé Day so why not?

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2019 Bedrock Ode to Lulu
2018 Franny Beck Rosé of Pinot Noir
NV Marc Hebrart Premier Cru Brut Rosé
NV Billecart-Salmon Brut Rosé

If not drinking Rosé today, feel free to share your favorites.

Cheers!

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Queued up
2012 Schramsberg Brut Rose
2017 Keller Estate Rose of Pinot Noir
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#3 Post by dave kammerer »

2019 Domaine de Mourchon Côtes du Rhône Villages Séguret Rosé Loubié and NV André Clouet Champagne Rose No. 3.

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Bodegas Los Bermejos Lanzarote Listan Rosado

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2019 Ridge Lytton Springs Rosé and 2019 Bedrock Ode to Lulu
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#6 Post by Brian S t o t t e r »

Had no idea!

Have a 2019 Bedrock Ode To Lulu and 2012 Brice Champagne Grand Cru Brut Bouzy Rose in the fridge :D
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2019 Tercero Rose
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2019 Cadence Rosé
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#9 Post by Vince T »

cjsavino wrote: June 13th, 2020, 3:17 pm 2019 Tercero Rose
Which? I had the cinsault. Lovely socially distanced wine on the street. Felt quite civilized.
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Frozen watermelon, fresh strawberries, rose wine....blender!
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Vince T wrote: June 13th, 2020, 4:03 pm
cjsavino wrote: June 13th, 2020, 3:17 pm 2019 Tercero Rose
Which? I had the cinsault. Lovely socially distanced wine on the street. Felt quite civilized.
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Opened a bottle of our homemade rose’ of Pinot noir. Didn’t know it was National Rose’ day thanks for starting the thread.
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David K o l i n wrote: June 13th, 2020, 5:14 pm B6A43269-96C7-41A0-89D3-5942196C05D1.jpeg
Great choice
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Too cold in Chicago today to open a rose.

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2019 Buoncristiani Napa Valley Rosato. A blend of Syrah & Malbec. Per Carrie: "Crisp, dry, tongue tingling deliciousness, raspberries, black cherry and hints of spice. Super food friendly. Yum!"
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First friends over (still distanced)...3 bottles of Lulu + a lot more gone
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David Kingsbury wrote: June 13th, 2020, 6:38 pm Opened a bottle of our homemade rose’ of Pinot noir. Didn’t know it was National Rose’ day thanks for starting the thread.
Welcome to the board! It’s my first WB thread - I opened a white Bordeaux on national Chardonnay day...fortunately a random email informed me of today’s festivities and I felt compelled to share champagne.gif

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Jim Anderson wrote: June 13th, 2020, 5:09 pm Triennes.
By coincidence, and without knowledge that this is an official, nationally celebrated day of recognition, that is what I opened.
It just happened to go with chicken fajitas on the deck in the sunshine, with the high temperature not breaking 65. There was a growler of Old Schoolhouse on the table as well.
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2018 Tercero Mourvedre Rose here.
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bretrooks wrote: June 13th, 2020, 9:07 pm 2018 Tercero Mourvedre Rose here.
Enjoyed the 2018 Tercero Rose a week ago. I assisted with bottling on that one (my first time), so may be slightly biased, but I have always enjoyed Larry's Roses.
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Yesterday, opened the 2012 Vesper McCormick Ranch (San Diego County) Rose of Grenache, 11.5% ABV. Not sure why I waited so long on this one, but we really enjoyed it. The aged induced some oxidation, but that really gave it a unique character and the strong acidity kept the oxidation in check.

Still have a 2012 and 2013 Bedrock Ode to Lulu, and hope those show as well when I finally get around to opening them.

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#24 Post by rgallagher »

Inman family- OGV Estate, 2018. Very good stuff!
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#25 Post by Mattstolz »

in our house Cos Frappato is about as close as we'll normally get to Rose, so we went with that. did listen in on a great Rose day instagram live with @blackgirlsdinetoo though! she's worth a follow for you instagrammers out there.

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#26 Post by Dave McIsaac »

A 2016 Virage, a 2016 Tercero and a 2017 Franny Beck all disappeared from my cellar this weekend.

All were very tasty, and shows that rose can indeed age.
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#27 Post by larry schaffer »

Dave McIsaac wrote: June 15th, 2020, 10:49 am A 2016 Virage, a 2016 Tercero and a 2017 Franny Beck all disappeared from my cellar this weekend.

All were very tasty, and shows that rose can indeed age.
Dave,

Glad to hear that 2016 showed well. I still have a few cases left that I am laying down to see how they develop over time and I'm excited to see where they are going.

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Dave McIsaac wrote: June 15th, 2020, 10:49 am A 2016 Virage, a 2016 Tercero and a 2017 Franny Beck all disappeared from my cellar this weekend.

All were very tasty, and shows that rose can indeed age.
That Franny Beck Rosé is quite good, and I’ll try to sit on a few per this feedback. I love the electricity in young Rosé but curious how they evolve.

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#29 Post by Dave McIsaac »

larry schaffer wrote: June 15th, 2020, 11:14 am
Dave McIsaac wrote: June 15th, 2020, 10:49 am A 2016 Virage, a 2016 Tercero and a 2017 Franny Beck all disappeared from my cellar this weekend.

All were very tasty, and shows that rose can indeed age.
Dave,

Glad to hear that 2016 showed well. I still have a few cases left that I am laying down to see how they develop over time and I'm excited to see where they are going.

Cheers
I have a 2017 and 2018 left of yours, and was hoping to taste all 3 together, but the pandemic doesn't allow for the crowd size to do this right.
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2019 Myriad Rose, which had providentially arrived that week 🎉
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