This rouge bottle of WWC is a delicious, all-natural, vegan Tempranillo rosé. That means you can feel super do-gooder while guzzling with your girlfriends and sharing all that made with organic grapes, eco-friendly goodness. Not to mention, you’ll get to taste Castilla y León’s signature red grape (Tempranillo) in blush form. This rosé’s deep pink color hints at the gobs of ripe strawberry and white peach scents that jump out of your glass. With considerable body, weight and texture, the wine’s fruit flavors are ripe and fresh but stop just shy of of being sweet. If you like the drier styles of rosé that are characteristic of Provence, this is a great bottle to try.
Why you’ll love it: While you might be more accustomed to seeing French rosés, the Spanish also know how to make a killer pink drink. You’ll still get the classic dry finish, but Tempranillo gives this rosé an extra oomph of peach and strawberry.
2012 Red Blend
The Wonderful Wine Co. Red Blend is the definition of easy-to-drink. It’s all about jammy, fruity flavor that pulls in all of the usual suspects to build up it’s warm California climate grapes. With the wine's foundation of Cabernet Sauvignon, a mix of Zinfandel and Syrah contributes to its richness and smooth mouthfeel, while a small dose of Barbera adds a little spice and ripe cherry pop to the finish. It’s got a sweet, candied fruit scent that leads to tons of juicy flavor. If you like wines that are big on body but soft on texture, then this is your jam! No pun intended.
2013 Riesling, Columbia Valley, Washington
Like sweet wines? Need a wine to pair with your Thai takeout? Or, you just need a yummy white wine all your friends will love? Wonderful. We’ve got your Riesling. Grown in Washington’s Columbia Valley (THE place to turn for the best Rieslings in the U.S.), this German-style wine would make even Heidi Klum giddy. Pour a round and enjoy fresh peach, green apple and lime peel flavors plus a little white flower that tapers off in a slightly stony finish. Made in a style that’s “off-dry” - or slightly sweet - it’s a great pairing for spicy food.