Thursday, February 12, 2015

Rosé for Valentine's Day

To me, sparkling wine means celebration, and rosé means romance. The Freixenet Group portfolio includes rosés from Segura Viudas, Mia and Garbó. Owned and operated by the Ferrer family of Sant Sadurní d’Anoia, near Barcelona, Spain, the Group is one of the ten largest wine companies in the world, comprised of fine still and sparkling wine estates in the world’s top growing regions including Spain, France, Italy, California, Argentina, Australia and Mexico. Imported by Freixenet USA of Sonoma, California, wines produced by the Freixenet Group are sold in all fifty states.

Rosé for Valentine's Day

A striking sparkler like Mia Sparkling Moscato Rosé ($12) sets the scene with its light strawberry pink hue and fruity aroma. A beautiful rose-colored glass of Segura Viudas Brut Rosé ($10), with its natural sweetness, serves as an aperitif or with light foods. Mia Rosé 2013 ($10) is a no-brainer - beautiful looking, easy-drinking and modern, this is a great all-around rose for friends or that special someone. Need a slightly more  elegant and refined wine? Garbó Rosé 2013 ($19) will make any moment more romantic.

All these wines are outstanding on their own, go well with a variety of foods, and make a striking impression in the glass. Any of these rosés wine will certainly make this a romantic Valentine's Day!

Wine provided for tasting purposes - all opinions are my own.

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