Explore the diversity of rosé wines. Here you will enjoy three stylistically-different rosé wines presented together for your comparison and delight; one dry & serious, one more playful & fun, one a fortified port-style rosé.
~Sumerduck Rosé Gold: Wines have come and gone over the years but Sumerduck Rosé was there at the beginning and is still part of the portfolio today. This gold-label 20th anniversary release of Sumerduck Rosé is a nod to the original. This dry rosé is a welcome break from the dismissive notion that pink wine is not serious wine.
~Sumerduck Rosé: A rosé should be the color of your lover's lips and just as exciting and delicious. Sumerduck Rosé is a blend of Petit Verdot and Vidal Blanc, off dry, it is a real knock-out bombshell. Drink Pink!
~Snake Castle Rosé: This is not a table wine but instead a "pink port" version of Snake Castle. It's made from a second pressing of Petit Verdot and fortified with Brandy distilled from our own grapes. It is intensely flavored with hints of red berry, and Rose of Sharon.