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Benjamin Bridge Pink Piquette 250 ml - Single Can
Nova Scotia, Canada
$7.99
Bodacious Rose
Ontario, Canada
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$9.29
Beringer Main & Vine Rose
California, United States
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$9.49
Cantini Rose
Italy
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$9.75
Emotivo Pinot Grigio Rose 2018
Italy
2018
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$10.00
Magellan Fruit Defendu Rose
Languedoc Roussillon, France
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$10.75
Winemaker's House Rose
British Columbia, Canada
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$11.00
Zentini Rose Pamplemousse (NV)
Mosel, Germany
$11.25
Edna Valley Rose 2018
California, United States
2018
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$11.25
Keep Calm and Chill Rose
Quebec, Canada
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$11.25
Emotion Rose
Provence, France
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$11.50
Chocalan Rose
Maipo Valley, Chile
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$11.75
Laurent Miquel Vendanges Nocturnes Rose 2022
Languedoc Roussillon, France
2022
$12.00
Gerberas Garnacha Rose
Spain
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$12.00
Mateus Rose (NV)
$12.25
Gazela Rose
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$12.50
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Frequently Asked Questions

Is Rose Wine sweet or dry?

You can find both sweet and dry. If you like dry wines go for European Rose, but if you like the sweet ones, go for a bottle from the New World. While this isn’t always true, it’s a good rule of thumb.

What kind of food goes with Rose Wine?

It will depend on the type of food you are having. Lighter styles of Rose tend to go best with more delicate food, such as fresh salads or charcuterie. On the other hand, fuller-bodied Rose Wines are more likely to stand up to barbecued meats.

What is a good Rose Wine for beginners?

If you would rather keep it sweet and prefer wines similar to the Port ones, then you should try Mateus Rose Original. On the other hand, if you don't like things too sweet, then give Maison Marcel Rose a shot.