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Happy National Rosé Day!
Did you know that rosé is probably the oldest known type of wine, dating as far back as 600 BC?  Its pink colour is determined by the time the grape skin stays in contact with the juice ('maceration') during the winemaking process.

Rosé is a versatile wine that complements many types of food, with different intensities of sweetness levels and dryness. 

Enjoy this selection of rosé wines,
available at the
LCBO:

Mas des Bressades Cuvée Tradition Rosé 2017
VINTAGES#: 950576  SHOP 
Rosés from Costières de Nîmes must comprise a minimum of 60% Grenache, Syrah and Mourvèdre, with Carignan and Cinsault in support. This one is a perennial customer favourite, beloved for its charm and depth of expression. From one of the most reliable names in the Southern Rhône, it will offer vibrant, juicy, sunny fruit with savoury herb and garrigue tones. Perfect for grilled seafood, this will delight, plain and simple.
Côte Bleu Méditerranée Rosé Igp
LCBO#: 541276  SHOP 
This beautifully elegant, dry rosé has been sourced from specially selected vineyards in the sunny Mediterranean region. Pale pink in colour, it is packed with fresh strawberry and raspberry flavours. Perfect with antipasti and seafood.
De Chanceny Cremant de Loire Rose Brut
LCBO#: 211468  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.
L'Orangeraie Rosé Pays d'Oc
LCBO#: 279661  SHOP   Receive 3 BONUS AIR MILES with every purchase (until June 23)
Salmon pink colour; soft floral, raspberry, strawberry and citrus aromas with a mineral note; medium body, dry; berry and citrus flavours, moderate acidity and a clean finish.
Muga Rosé 2017
VINTAGES#: 603795  SHOP 
This blend of Garnacha, Viura and Tempranillo is a classic, and a long-time favourite on the LCBO's Vintages shelves. Look for this rosé from Muga to offer impressive tangy red berry, citrus, peach and rosewater tones. This is always a lively, fresh wine that has amazing versatility with food. Try it with seafood, salads, grilled chicken or even burgers.
Alliance Loire is the largest producer of sparkling wines in France, outside of Champagne. De Chanceny is emblematic of the fine wines of the Loire Valley, crafted in 'Méthode Traditionnelle'.
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Look for Alliance Loire's Domaine de Poix Touraine Sauvignon AOC 2017, featured on the back cover of the June 2018 edition of the LCBO's Vintages Magazine, available in stores and online.
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