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We were the first in the country to bring in Bisol’s Prosecco Rose last year, a super tasty, refreshing sparkler from the Veneto region of northeast Italy. Now, fresh off a huge feature in The Wall Street Journal in which they were crowned as the top Prosecco Rose in a lineup of 14, I suspect what was once our little secret will explode. James Suckling also finally got around to tasting it and gave it 91 points. I’d rate it even higher. The 2020 Bisol Jeio Brut Prosecco Rosé is remarkable, and simply put, mouth-wateringly delicious. Inviting aromas of flowers and wild strawberries, with a complex mouthfeel that sings with citrus fruits and creaminess from the tiny crisp bubbles.
Every vintage, if you can get your hands on this one, it’s one of the best Roses hands down in Provence. Unfortunately, we couldn’t last year due to the tariffs. But this vintage was worth the wait. Château Revelette is an incredible property set at a crazy elevation north of Mount Saint Victoire in the heart of Provence. Their 2020 release is super bright and focused, delivering high-toned flavors of wild strawberry, ripe peach and melon with plenty of extraction and length. It’s a traditional Provencal blend of Grenache, Syrah and Cinsault.
93 Points, Robert Parker’s Wine Advocate
This is a Nicholas Faithful favorite. La Cravantine, is a sparkling rosé of 100% Cabernet Franc, bone-dry, super fresh and with bubbles so tiny and fine, it puts most “real” Champagne’s to shame. Appealing strawberry and mineral scents are encased in a firm structure with a dry and spicy quality in the palate. This wine is incredibly versatile – perfect with just about any fish, fried food, or do like I do and enjoy it on it’s own.
The 2020 Crochet Sancerre Rosé is drawn from the high elevations of Janine and Teddy Chrochet’s Pinot Noir vines in the village of Bue. The conditions are perfect for delicious Sancerre Rose. Salmon-pink in color with a pretty nose featuring aromas of roses and cherry fruits. Slightly more acid this year, the wine as always has terrific fruit, juicy citrus and berries which lead to a racy, high-toned finish that screams for good food.
Who says you can’t teach a seasoned winemaking master new tricks? Herve Fabre for the first time ever adds a Rose of Malbec to his impressive arsenal. It’s a great wine– with a standout vibrant ruby/pink color, inviting aromas of strawberries and raspberries with hints of citrus. This is a crisp, well-balanced wine that is a wonderful expression of the varietal and the winemaker, a ton of fun to pair with food . Haven’t had many Roses like it. It’s a really cool wine that if you’re a fan of Herve’s you’re going to love.
Fransesco Vezzelli’s Lambrusco is easily one of the best expressions of the grape around. He’s been making wine since 1958, and he’s a strict and meticulous man who controls every aspect of the operation from winemaking to ensuring his wine is temperature controlled every step of the way to America because he says it’s essential to preserve the wine’s freshness and superior aromatics. This is a delicious sparkler that is guaranteed to be the freshest, most enjoyable sparkling Lambrusco you’ve ever tasted.
This is a fun little wine people are going to like. The Luca Paretti Sparkling Rose is a beauty and is a sensational value for the price. The big reason it flies under the radar at this price is due to the inaugural year of the Prosecco Rose designate, which this wine misses on an account of not being made with 85% Glera. No matter, this Merlot/Raboso blend embarrasses most of the Prosecco Roses I tasted– offering superior aromas of wild strawberry, melon fruit and a hint of jasmine. The bubbles are super tiny and refreshing making this one way too easy to drink.
The 2020 Stolpman Para Maria de los Tecolotes Rosé (affectionately named after Ruben’s wife and partner, Maria) is an interesting blend of 60% Mourvedre, 20% Grenache, 20% Syrah. It’s salmon-pink in color, with a great nose of ruby red grapefruit, lychee and ginger. It’s crisp and bone-dry — a classic provence style Rosé but this one is probably a little juicier than ever before. Chalk that up to the higher percentage of Grenache this year. This is a top American Rose.