It’s one of my favorite times of the year, Rosé season. There are so many different types of amazing Rosé, with so many different notes and shades of pink. It’s hard not to mesmerize by this in demand wine.
Starting this summer, I’ll be reviewing some of the most sought after pink and peachy wines so you can Rosé All Day and slay the night away.
I must tell you about Faustino VII Rosé, to start the season off right.
I was drawn to the gorgeous dark pink color of this Spanish wine from Rioja Alavesa. Not only does it look lovely in a bottle but is enjoyable to sip.
Made from Spain’s premier grape, Tempranillo, Faustino VII Rosé offers vibrant shades of cherry blossom and lilac, which opens up to fresh aromas and flavors of strawberry, watermelon and raspberry. The locals love sipping on this rosé while relaxing at the playa. It’s also the perfect companion for seafood dishes such as lobster, crab, shellfish, salmon and tuna.
This wine is $10.99 in stores. It’s very fragrant and delicious.