Beat The Heat…Drink PINK!

With the heat of summer peaking again this weekend, we knew we had to bring back the PINK STUNNERS! Saturday September 2nd from 1pm-4pm Wine Club Members will be treated to FOUR excellent rosé wines that are “thirst-quenchingly” DELICIOUS!!! With 110-degree temps on the horizon, nothing will taste better than a nice cool rosé! Want to invite a friend? Bring up to 2 guests per membership (i.e. ONE other couple) and they can taste for a nominal fee. Here is a sneak peek at what we will be pouring and we’ll see you then!





cleto-chiarli-rose.112344Cleto Chiarli “Brut de Noir” Brut Rose Sparkling Wine (Italy)

$18.75/bottle or $14.99/bottle on 6+

Winery Tasting Notes:
85% Lambrusco Grasparossa di Castelvetro & 15% Pinot Nero
“Lively froth, red currant colour, fine and abundant perlage. Intense and fruity scent, neat taste with feelings of wild berries.”






Bieler.111733Bieler Pere et Fils Bandol Rose 2016 (France)

$19.95/bottle or $16.95/bottle on 6+

Winery Tasting Notes:
“The aromas and flavors are all so finely knit together that it’s almost hard to write a tasting note at times: from the more savory lavender and rosemary to rose petal notes to citrus, wild raspberry, and tart cherry. There’s acidity on the tongue yet a hug of richness.”






Ch.112323Chene Bleu Rose 2016 (France)

$29.95/bottle or $24.95/bottle on 6+

Winery Tasting Notes:
“Crystal-clear pale rose pink color. On the nose are aromas of strawberries and citrus with hints of jasmine and passion fruit. On the palate are expressive summer fruits; fresh full-bodied and fruity with a crisp, elegant finish.

Pairs well with grilled seafood, shellfish, fresh lobster, lightly spiced dishes, summer salads or tender lamb.”





Flaneur-2015-Rose-Front-Large11.110112Flaneur Rose of Pinot Noir 2015 (Oregon)

$24.95/bottle or $18.95/bottle on 6+

Winery Tasting Notes:
“The 2015 rosé was hand harvested from the Flanerie vineyard brought back to the winery and whole cluster pressed to stainless steel tank. Fermentation of this 100% Pommard clone was long and slow, finishing in late March of 2016. Aged for an additional 1.5 months sur lie our rosé gained body and richness that are atypical to most from the Willamette Valley. We wanted to show the ample fruit of the 2015 vintage and created a wine that stands out with a lush palate and high tone strawberry and guava aromatics. Because of it’s unique nature we think this wine will become more complex with a extended cellaring.”


If you can’t make the Saturday Tasting but are interested in purchasing some of these wines, feel free to respond to this email, or contact me directly at 530.823.0320 x 105.