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5 Alluring Rosés for Valentines Day Wine Lovers

5 Alluring Rosés for Valentines Day Wine Lovers

Pursuitist - 5-Star Luxury

Drink pink this Valentine’s Day. There’s nothing more romantic than a blushing wine or sparkler to set the stage for special moments. It’s easy to fall in love with these vintages from beautiful French and Californian wineries.  


Château d’Estoublon’s Roseblood Rosé

Just in time for Valentine’s Day, Château d’Estoublon’s Roseblood Rosé  has made its debut in the U.S. market This exquisite rosé boasts a stunning pale and radiant appearance, tinged with the delicate hue of rose water. Its expressive aroma reveals captivating notes of apricot and peony. The initial taste is vibrant and refined, offering a delightful freshness reminiscent of citrus fruits, followed by a graceful tension and a touch of minerality. It’s a perfect choice to elevate your Valentine’s celebration.


Champagne Ayala – Rosé Majeur

Celebrate Valentine’s Day with the exquisite charm of Champagne Ayala Rosé Majeur showcasing the elegance found in Ayala champagnes. Primarily crafted from the iconic Chardonnay grape, a symbol of the House, this blended rosé radiates freshness and finesse, derived from a meticulous selection of 24 exceptional crus. Raise a glass to your Valentine with this gently effervescent and fruity delight. Its aromatic bouquet tantalizes the senses, while the well-balanced palate reveals finesse and complexity, featuring notes of green apple, honey, biscuit, and an elegantly textured finish. Cheers to a romantic toast with this sophisticated libation.

Guigal – Côtes du Rhône Rosé

Exuding clarity and brilliance, Guigal Côtes du Rhône Rosé has fresh and expressive notes of  delightful red fruits and citrus notes, notably raspberry and red currant. On the palate, the experience is fine, fruity, and round. The wine is exquisitely balanced, showcasing an impressive array of flavors and textures that harmonize perfectly. Indulge in the romantic allure of this rosé, making it a splendid choice, no matter the occasion.




Iron Horse — Brut Rosé 

This vintage from California’s finest sparkling wine house is aged three years. Brut Rosé vintage is bright, full, and quite dry with a soft, almost creamy mouthfeel. The gorgeous color comes from small additions of Pinot Noir that was allowed to sit on the skins. By nose, notes of ripe red fruit, raspberry and dark cherry are most evident. In the mouth, full and soft, it yields a touch of strawberry, raspberry, dark cherry and lime. This pretty, pink Iron Horse is excellent as an aperitif, though still a perfect wine with steak. 

Chandon — Brut Rosé

A modest blush, Chandon Brut Rosé is lovely in both flavor and appearance due to the addition of still Pinot Noir at triage, a winemaking choice which provides deeper color and structure to this style, differentiating it from Blanc de Noirs. Fruit for the sparkling base wine is harvested early for delicate flavor (notes of ripe strawberry, cherry and watermelon), crispness and lower alcohol. Still wine grapes are picked at greater ripeness for intense flavor development. On the palate, the wine is creamy and seductive from start to finish.