Tuesday, April 2, 2019

rosé all day with a few of my favs

I am an avid wine drinker, or to put it more bluntly, I reeeeeeally enjoy my wine. Like so much so, I started studying it. I bought all the books they recommend for someone who wants to become a sommelier and became a little book worm (I made flashcards and everything). You could say I’m passionate about my wine. However, today we are focusing solely on rosé because spring and summer are almost here! Rosé all day, baby—am I rightttttt!? 

Today I’m sharing with you my top rosé wines that I absolutely adore: 

Miraval Rosé — full-bodied, dry & smooth. This is my current go-to rosé. I am fa-reaking obsessed! Fun fact: this rosé is produced at a property owned by Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie (or at least one of them after the separation). Aside from Brangelina, everything about this rosé is amazing! 
Whispering Angel Rosé — light intensity, medium-bodied. I like to call this rosé my ride or die, old faithful, a classic. Whether or not you’re a rosé drinker, I’m sure you’ve at least heard about Whispering Angel or had a glass at one time or another. This one always seems to be a crowd pleaser. All types of wine drinkers seem to enjoy Whispering Angel. Reasonably priced too. 
VieVité Rosé — (pronounced Vee-Veetay) smooth, crisp & dry. This is a perfect rosé for summer nights or to pair with grilled seafood. 

Espritgassier Rosé — light to medium-bodied. Not going to lie, I originally bought this rosé because I loved the pretty, flowery label. However, I ended up really enjoying this rosé. 

Summer Water Rosé — light-bodied, dry. Like the name of the rosé, this is truly summer water. Light and crisp, this rosé is a must for the dog days of summer.

Veuve Clicquot Rosé — full-bodied, structured with a zesty finish. If you’re looking for something fun to celebrate with, this bubbly champagne rosé is a great choice. Pricier, yes! But pink, fun, tasty and bubbly? Absolutely. 

Try one of my favs and rosé your spring and summer away. 

Keep on keepin’ on—
XX, Laura 

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