3 Rosé Wines to Drink in Lake Tahoe This Spring #RoseAllDay

These three rosé wines are literally spring in a bottle. Grab one, or all three, and enjoy while bronzing on the Tahoe Park Beach pier or hike up a mountain and drink while enjoying the view. 


Tolosa Rosé of Pinot Noir, $19.99

We don't like to play favorites but sometimes we just can't help it. This was our 'wine of the summer'  last year and when the winery ran out, I swear, we all cried. Well this week it's back! And we couldn't be happier. Tolosa describes this wine as “Racy and ready. The ultimate femme fatale. Chill it and kill it.” We couldn't agree more.


Ousterhout Russian River Valley Rosé of Pinot Noir, $23.99

What a crowd pleaser! This Pinot Noir rosé is crafted in the classic Provinçal style, which is probably why we love it so much. A delightful ruby color that is surprisingly delicate and undeniably delicious. Light and playful, it is scented with subtle notes of strawberry, watermelon, and raspberry. Red fruit flavors commingle with citrus notes on the palate, which are balanced by lively acidity and following with a crisp finish. This is a terrific wine to sip on its own or with lighter fare, such as mild cheeses, oysters, or salads.


Bodegas Valdemar 2015 Conde Valdemar Rosé (Rioja), $14.99

Our by the glass rosé gives you a sneak peek into summer. Chosen as one of the best wineries in the Rioja region in the last 25 years by Wine & Spirits, Conde Valdemar is acknowledged as synonymous with quality, ensuring all their wines are estate grown and bottled. A unique blend of Grenache and Macabeo, this rosé  is a light and bright salmon rose color with floral aromas which accent roses and a slight touch of red berries.