We love nothing more than a soft, blush shade of pink. And while our lab-grown pink diamonds will help you sparkle every day, there is another all-day, every day pink we enjoy- rosé. As we head into the Labor day weekend, savor those precious last days of summer over three of our favorite bottles.
The association of women and wine may make you think of a bad punchline from a Bravo reality show. But at Vinovore in LA, a wine shop featuring only women wine producers from around the world, enjoying the wine of these talented ladies is no joke.
A recent visit to the shop including tasting these prime examples of our favorite warm weather beverage.
Illahé Tempranillo Rosé from Willamette Valley, Oregon.
This is a highly drinkable rosé and perfect for pairing with a variety of summertime foods as it’s robust enough to stand up to strong flavors, but also a clean palate cleanser with plenty of minerality.
Amplify “Pink Flag” Rosé of Counoise, Santa Ynez Valley, Santa Barbara, California.
This bright, saline beauty is a natural wine- produced with native yeast fermentations and no additions of any kind. It’s unusual in the best way and very limited quantities were produced.
Kitá Camp Vineyard Rosé of Grenache, Santa Ynez Valley, Santa Barbara, California.
We could truly drink this fresh and vibrant wine every day. All of Kitá’s wines are harvested by hand and "based on a balance of chemistry and taste". Here at Lightbox we know what it’s like to grow something special, so we fully support this recipe!