Spring is in the air
...although we don't really need an excuse to open up a crisp and refreshing bottle of rosé. As far as we are concerned, it's rosé season all year long!

Available at the LCBO:
L'Orangeraie Rosé Pays D'OC
LCBO#: 279661  SHOP »»

Salmon pink colour; soft floral, raspberry, strawberry and citrus aromas with a mineral note; medium body, dry; berry and citrus flavours, moderate acidity and clean finish

Muga Rosé
VINTAGES# 603795  SHOP »»

This blend of Garnacha, Viura and Tempranillo is a classic rosé from Muga. It features impressive tangy red berry, citrus, peach and rosewater tones in a lively, fresh package. A wine that will show tremendous versatility with food. Try it with seafood, salads, grilled chicken or even burgers.
“A beautiful rosé, as always, with a pink salmon color. It opens with rose petals, pink guava, grapefruit, mandarins and freshly squeezed nectarines. Medium-bodied and very salty on the palate. Lithe and oily texture, but a sharp acid backbone. Macabeo, Grenache and Tempranillo. Drink now. Score: 92 Pts.” - James Suckling,

Southbrook Triomphe Organic Cabernet Franc Rosé 2018
VINTAGES#: 279117  SHOP »»

The Cabernet Franc really shines through here, with notes of bell pepper alongside the red raspberry, cherry and orange citrus tones. This is lithe, tangy, fresh and long, with a subtle Cab Franc savouriness on the close. It will be a nice sipper, but would also match well with a charcuterie platter, grilled salmon, or black-bean veggie burgers.

Mas des Bressades Cuvée Tradition Rosé 2018
VINTAGES#: 950576  SHOP »»

“Tart blackberry and violet-petal notes lend vibrant perfume to this dark-pink rosé. Ripe but pristine mulberry and blackberry flavors are concentrated and ripe on the palate, tinged by savory herbs and cut minerals. It's a full-bodied, firmly structured wine that should drink well far beyond the summer months. Score: 90 Pts.” - Anna Lee Iijima, Wine Enthusiast, July 1, 2019.

De Chanceny Crémant De Loire Rosé Brut
LCBO#:  211466  SHOP »»

Pale salmon colour with fine bubbles; supple aromas of pink grapefruit, strawberry and fresh bread dough; dry, light bodied, with zesty flavours of crisp red apple, red berries, mineral and a hint of toast.
When choosing a wine to enjoy with a perfectly grilled steak, we tend to default to the old “red wine with red meat” rule. The thought is that only red wine has the richness and texture to stand up to a steak’s robust flavors. However, there are alternatives that can transform your steak pairing experience.
Learn How to Pair Steak with Rosé »»

Millennials are saying Yes Way Rosé all year long, disrupting champagne’s grip on affordable luxury. More than just a summertime drink, and representing a lifestyle, rosé has come to be the millennial’s Champagne, a beverage that’s earning year-round popularity.
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