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  1. House Wine Rose

    House Wine Rose


    Fresh and fragrant aromas lead to a wonderfully bright palate. Flavors of juicy citrus and ripe strawberry are rounded out by a refreshingly crisp finish. Learn More
  2. Underwood Rose

    Underwood Rose


    This is the most approachable and ready-to-travel anywhere wine we produce. Whether you’re camping with friends or heading where other wines dare not travel, they have you covered. Underwood is the perfect wine to enjoy anywhere, any day of the week. The Underwood Rose offers flavors and aromas of strawberry, watermelon and peach. Learn More
  3. Estandon Provence Rose

    Estandon Provence Rose


    1947 Jean Bagnis launched Estandon. Consistency, quality and service were the strategic ingredients that were to go on to make Estandon a success. At the time, this pioneer already realised that to make an impression, you had to be different. In 1973, the winemakers in the wine cooperatives - especially in the Var - pooled their expertise with the creation of a cooperative union. In the early 1980s, the union built cellars and offices in Brignoles, and bottling and bag-in-box packaging activities began to develop. As the vintages passed by, new wineries in the Var and Bouches-du-Rhone joined the group, uniting around the “Cellier de Saint Louis” brand. In 2005, the union welcomed the Vignerons des Caves de Provence, owners of the Estandon brand. Thus the “Cercle des Vignerons de Provence” was born, representing 10 % of wine production in Provence. In 2012, on the strength of this collective success, all the winemakers entered into a new dynamic: Estandon Vignerons. This new era is based on the principles that have ensured ??the success of the brand: committed values, a talent for sharing, responsible behaviour, and an invitation to discovery. Learn More
  4. Chateau Montaud Cotes De Provence

    Chateau Montaud Cotes De Provence


    “Light and fresh, this is a crisp and tangy wine. Attractive acidity dominates and gives life to the bright red fruits. A slice of lemon brings a tangy dimension to this juicy, fragrant wine.” -Wine Enthusiast Learn More
  5. Beuhler White Zinfandel

    Beuhler White Zinfandel


    This wine means of bringing you consistently delicious wines remains unchanged since 1983: they hand-pick their 100% Zinfandel fruit riper than most producers and leave less residual sugar. Riper fruit translates to flavors like wild berries and strawberries; yes, real red Zinfandel fruit flavors! The end result is a wine with more red Zinfandel berry character and a less sweet, more refreshing taste. Learn More
  6. Rose Piscine

    Rose Piscine


    Rosé Piscine, the French rosé specifically made to drink over ice, is arriving for the first time in the US market, just in time for summer. Rosé Piscine, with its eye-catching blue and white striped bottle, appealed instantly to Millennials in France and Brazil, where the brand was initially launched. These Millennials did not want to drink the same wines, the same way as their parents and Rosé Piscine caught on like a Millennial wildfire. Today, the brand sells several million bottles a year in those two markets. Learn More
  7. Esprit Gassier Provence Rose

    Esprit Gassier Provence Rose


    A very clear rose with shades of peach; floral nose with white and yellow fruit notes (peach, apricot, pear); in the mouth, round and delicate with notes of white peach, mandarin and grapefruit. Learn More
  8. Domaine Ott Clos Mireille Rose

    Domaine Ott Clos Mireille Rose


    A wonderful pastel color with salmon notes and hints of copper and pink gold. The elegant and delicate bouquet develops aromas of candied melon and citrus zest, both fresh and heady. On the palate the immediate impression is energizing, like morning dew, with bursts of fruity redcurrant note. The seductive balance is a vibrant tribute to the Clos Mireille terroir, combining the generosity of precise ripeness with the crisp freshness of summer fruits such as apricot and peach. Learn More
  9. Veuve Rose' Bag

    Veuve Rose' Bag


    Offering eye-radiant color, its nose is intense and elegant. Notes of raspberry, wild strawberry, and cherry predominate, followed by a touch of dried fruits and pastry. In the mouth, the attack is powerful leaving behind a harmony of fruits. Elegant and sensual, the wine offers exceptional balance and surprising intensity. And, the reusable, foldable pink Shopping Bag keeps your champagne cool wherever you go. With a elegant and chic style, the bottle is kept chilled for up to two hours.50-55% Pinot Noir, 28-33% Chardonnay, 15-20% Pinot Meunier, 25-40% priceless reserve wines. Maison Veuve Clicquot Ponsardi was founded in 1772 by Philippe Clicquot in Reims, France. He chose the anchor, the Christian symbol for hope and rigor, as the cork brand which was the only distinguishing mark in the era before labels. In 1805, Barbe Nicole Ponsardin (aka Madame Veuve Clicquot) took over the house. And in the 1860s to 1870s, the house entered a new era as it began to systematically label each of its bottles and slowly apply yellow labels to all their products. The house has played an important role in establishing the importance and the advancement of champagne. Learn More
  10. Veuve Clicquot Rose Gift

    Veuve Clicquot Rose Gift


    The Veuve Clicquot Rosé Non-Vintage Champagne features a luminous color with an attractive pink sparkle. Made with a blend of red wine sourced from selected black grapes, this wine boasts notes of raspberry, wild strawberry and cherry. Elegant and sensual, it offers exceptional balance and surprising intensity. Veuve Clicquot Rosé is a perfect complement to duck, shrimp and tuna, as well as fresh red fruit. Learn More
  11. Wolffer Estate Rose

    Wolffer Estate Rose


    Light copper-salmon in color. Pure and fresh floral and flinty aromas fill the glass. The mouth-feel is filled with fruit notes of peach and apricots. The mouth-feel is fresh and vibrant with lively acidity and well balanced, satisfying fruit. The finish is classic--dry with subtle, fine tannins and minerality, making it food-friendly and versatile. Learn More

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