2021 Dry Rosés: Greatest Hits collection

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It's Summer and rosé makes a great impression. Perfect for entertaining, engagements and weddings, or birthdays and host/hostess gifts. If there was a "greatest hits" collection for rosé, some of these names would be on the album. Also, be sure check out our extensive selection of 2021 dry rosés online or in-store, designed to keep you cool and refreshed all Summer long. We have wines to fit any taste and budget.

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  2. Miraval Côtes de Provence Rosé

    2021 / 750 ml. | Item#57219

    WE9292 pts. - Wine Enthusiast - 8/1/2022
    Now jointly owned by Brad Pitt and the Stoli Group of vodka fame, this estate is run by the Perrin family of Châteauneuf-du-Pape. This is an impressive rosé, elegant with finely balanced fruit and texture. Citrus and raspberries shine through a taut structure. The aftertaste is crisp and fresh. Drink now. (Roger Voss)
    WS9292 pts. - Wine & Spirits - 06/22
    This is appetite-inducing rosé with generously layered flavors of dark cherry and bright currants. Its tannins are gentle and soft up front, then last through the finish, with an elegant, mineral bitterness that would pair with a mildly spicy, coconut-rich Thai fish curry.
    VN9191 pts. - Vinous - Jul 2022
    Vivid orange-pink. Mineral-tinged red berries, orange zest and nectarine aromas show fine clarity and pick up a floral nuance with air. Juicy and focused on the palate offering sappy tangerine and strawberry flavors that deepen steadily and take on a spicy white pepper note through the back half. Finishes long, gently chewy and precise, with repeating red fruit and spice notes. (Josh Raynolds)
    SP9090 pts. - Wine Spectator - Jul 31, 2022
    Pure and chiseled in feel, with racy-edged white cherry, rose petal, jicama and jasmine notes backed by a lingering wet stone accent on the finish. This has length and subtleties that set it apart from the pack. Cinsault, Grenache, Rolle and Tibouren. Drink now through 2023. 165,000 cases imported. (James Molesworth)
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    Primary Grape: Cinsault | All Grapes: Cinsault

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  3. Commanderie de la Bargemone Rosé

    2021 / 750 ml. | Item#57425

    VN9191 pts. - Vinous - Jul 2022
    Bright, onion-skin color. Fresh and incisive on the nose, displaying red berry, citrus fruit and floral qualities and subtle mineral and spice flourishes. Juicy and sharply focused, putting forward lithe strawberry, blood orange and honeysuckle flavors that deepen through the back half. Finishes long and silky, with the red fruit and floral notes lingering. (Josh Raynolds)
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    Primary Grape: Grenache | All Grapes: Grenache

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  4. Le Clos Peyrassol Rosé

    2021 / 750 ml. | Item#57269

    VN9494 pts. - Vinous - Jul 2022
    Vivid onion skin color. A highly perfumed and complex bouquet evokes fresh citrus and pit fruits, strawberry and pungent flowers, along with building mineral and succulent herb elements. Shows excellent clarity and depth to its juicy red fruit, nectarine and mango flavors, which are sweetened by a background of vanilla note. Finishes impressively long and silky, with the mineral and floral note resonating. (Josh Raynolds)
    WS9393 pts. - Wine & Spirits - 06/22
    In 2021, Peyrassol credits the microclimate at their estate for the late budbreak that evaded late-April frosts, also escaping a fire (merci, le mistral), a hailstorm in nearby Pignan (blocked by hills) and flooding. More than a vintage survivor, this wine is chewy and immediately pleasurable; it captured our panel’s attention in the sweetness of its fruit. Its substantial weight would work well with a range of dishes, or stand as a meal on its own, letting it saturate your mouth, cherry-blossom accents peeking out around the edges of the finish. Its complexity is subtle but present, like a carefully-measured craft cocktail.
    SP8989 pts. - Wine Spectator - Web only – 2022
    A brisk, fresh style, with rose water, cherry pit, talc and watermelon rind showing nice detail through the finish. Cinsault, Grenache and Tibouren. Drink now. 750 cases made, 150 cases imported. (James Molesworth)
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    Primary Grape: Cinsault | All Grapes: 40% Cinsault

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  5. Wölffer Estate Summer In a Bottle Long Island Rosé

    2021 / 750 ml. | Item#57111

    RP9090 pts. - Robert Parker’s The Wine Advocate - 12th May 2022
    The 2021 Summer in a Bottle is a kitchen-sink blend of 50% Merlot, 15% Chardonnay, 13% Cabernet Sauvignon, 8.5% Cabernet Franc, plus some Riesling, Gewürztraminer, Pinot Meunier, Syrah and Sauvignon Blanc for the rest. It is all unoaked, very dry and comes in at 12.8% alcohol. This is not all that much different in general style than the regular Estate Rosé in this report, but that is a little more understated and a lot less expensive. Still, a lot of people will probably pay more just for that atmospheric label. This year, too, I’d say this is the better wine. This, most of all, is bolder in flavor, often the boldest of the winery’s many pinks, but there’s also more tension on the finish. It always remains very dry, never too fruity or even a little candied. It tastes great, but the fruit is lifted and the big finish is hard to resist. It seems very serious this year. It’s another example of a fine pink performance from the winery in this tough year. This can probably hold well for a few years, but I’d always recommend drinking it when it is at its youthful and exuberant best. That’s what it does best. There were 71,900 cases produced, plus some large-format bottles (up to a Jeroboam) and even a keg. (Mark Squires)
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    Primary Grape: Merlot | All Grapes: 50% Merlot

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  6. Château de Pibarnon Bandol Rosé

    2021 / 750 ml. | Item#57973

    VN9292 pts. - Vinous - Jul 2022
    Light, vivid orange. Mineral-accented citrus pith, red berry and succulent floral and herb scents, along with a spicy topnote. Chewy and sharply focused in the mouth, offering well-concentrated strawberry, bitter cherry, blood orange, honeysuckle and smoky mineral qualities and a deeper suggestion of nectarine. Densely packed, with the mineral and floral notes carrying through a long, precise finish. (Josh Raynolds)
    SP9292 pts. - Wine Spectator - Web only – 2022
    A gorgeous, complex rosé, rippling with flavors of cherry, blood orange, spice, potpourri and currant. Ripe, densely packed and creamy, this stays elegant, with impressive harmony and a lovely salted almond note on the long finish. Mourvèdre and Cinsault. Drink now through 2025. 1,500 cases made, 400 cases imported. (Bruce Sanderson)
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    Primary Grape: Mourvèdre | All Grapes: 65% Mourvèdre

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    Organic: Certified organic by Ecocert France SAS

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  7. Domaines Ott Château de Selle Rosé

    2021 / 750 ml. | Item#58183

    VN9393 pts. - Vinous - Jul 2022
    Limpid orange. A sharply focused, mineral-accented bouquet evokes fresh red berries and pit fruits, citrus pith and pungent flowers. Silky and penetrating on the palate, offering tangy redcurrant, pomegranate and blood orange flavors and a hint of honeysuckle. The floral note builds steadily through an impressively long, nervy finish that echoes the citrus and mineral notes. (Josh Raynolds)
    RP9191 pts. - Robert Parker’s The Wine Advocate - 11th Aug 2022
    Call it a down year if you must, but the 2021 Cotes de Provence Rose Chateau de Selle remains one of the region’s top wines. Scents of tangerine, peach, crushed stone and lime zest mark the nose, while the medium-bodied palate is plump and juicy, finishing long and layered. The assemblage this year is 55% Grenache, 30% Cinsault, 10% Mourvèdre and 5% Syrah. (Joe Czerwinski)
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    Primary Grape: Grenache | All Grapes: 55% Grenache

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