This weekend in New York brought together the largest ever world gathering of rosé producers — and rosé wine lovers! The three day spectacle and seduction for all senses was called La Nuit en Rosé.

IMG_7917

Boasting more than 150 rosé wines and rosé champagnes from 120 wineries in 9 different countries, NYC’s second ever La Nuit en Rosé featured “ten shades of red” ranging from soft blushes from Provence to deep cérises from Tavel, and also included a truffle tasting by Urbani, an indoor lounge and live entertainment by VieVité, an Artisanal cheese buffet, and a VIP Rose Wine Pairing Dinner presented by the Wine Enthusiast and Chateau d’Esclans.

La-Nuit-en-Rose-

Expanding to an additional two cities — Miami and Los Angeles — after last year’s inaugural success, La Nuit en Rosé returned to New York to culminate in a massive three day sip soirée of events on board the Hornblower Infinity Yacht, treating attendees to a stunning sunset sail on the Hudson River.

IMG_7915

In between tastings of such notable rosés as Gerard Bertrand’s Chateau la Sauvageonne Rosé GMVV ($69), Chateau d’Esclans’ Garrus rosé ($99), and Ferrari’s sparkling Perle Rosé Vintage ($81), guests could purchase their favorites right on the spot.

And that’s why everything’s coming up rosés!

*Lead image courtesy Nuit en Rosé