February: The Month of Love

Whether you are celebrating love or friendship, rosè is the perfect choice! Here are our recommendations for Valentine’s Day or just because.

Croix d’Or Syrah Rosé: A crisp, medium-bodied rose made from Syrah exhibiting a brilliant Coho salmon hue. Pleasant and supple on the palate with floral and berry notes. Zonte’s Scarlet Ladybird: The Scarlet Ladybird Rosé always comes up smelling of rose petals with lovely delicate ladylike edges. Strawberries & Cream, fresh berry fruit this wine is a real lady killer.  Lustig Zwigelt RoséA touch of red currant and cranberry plays on the nose of this vividly colored rosé. The palate is fruit-forward with subtle shades of citrus and berry.  Tiroliro RosèBeautiful, intense, and lively in color. This wine is fruit-forward with notes of blackberries and red fruits. A very light and refreshing rosé that can be enjoyed anytime.  Peramo Anniversario Rosé: An elegant sparkler made from the Veneto’s Raboso Piave—a unique grape typically used in full-bodied, still, red wines. Refreshing, opulent, and pairs gracefully with any course.  This serious rosé is as stunning as its bottle!

In the Press

Tiroliro DOC Vinho Verde 2020
Wine and Spirits 92 pts
This is an award winning wine for many reasons. This crisp, refreshing white has us thinking about spring. It is a great value for a wine that features four of the most famous grapes in the region. Serve as an aperitif or pair it with fish, seafood, or greens as you imagine warmer temps!

What’s New?

We are bursting with excitement over our highly anticipated new wines from the Finger Lakes region. In case you are not familiar, the beautiful wine region of the Finger Lakes area in New York state boasts over 140 wineries. The most notable wines from this region are the laser-focused Rieslings but as the region continues to take off, many wineries have crafted award-winning Chardonnay, Pinot Gris, Pinot Noir, Cabernet Franc, and more. In the upcoming weeks we will be selling some beautiful wines from both Lakewood Vineyards and Red Newt Cellars. Be sure to follow our social media for updates about the arrival of these new wines and where you can get a taste!