With rosé season just around the corner, Whole Foods is inviting its customers to stock up with a massive spring wine sale. The national sale includes 10 rosé wines, each hand-picked by Whole Foods Market Master Sommelier Devon Broglie, and range in price from $7.99 to $18.99.
While each of the wines chosen are unique, Broglie highlighted a few standouts in a press release.
“This year we are debuting a unique rosé from winemaking legend Charles Bieler we loved so much we bought the whole batch," he said. "In addition, we wanted to highlight a few options that really showcase the continued growth of alternative packaging, including Presto, a canned sparkling rosé that’s been so popular we’ve sold through tens of thousands of cases since it launched in our stores in 2016.”
Wines in Whole Foods' rosé sale
Wines in Whole Foods' rosé sale
Mr. Pink Rosé, $13.99
King Rabbit Rosé, $9.99
Pool Boy Rosé (1L), $11.99
Orlana Vinho Verde Rosé, $7.99
AIX Coteaux d’ Aix en Provence Rosé, $18.99
Presto Sparkling Rosé (canned rosé), $11.99
Ste. Venture Aix en Provence Rosé by Charles Bieler, $13.99
De Chanceny Crémant de Loire Brut Rosé, $13.99
French Blue Bordeaux Rosé, $12.99
Angels & Cowboys Rosé, $14.99
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The lineup also includes Pool Boy, a rosé so popular it sold out in 2018. It's sold in plastic bottles (perfect for picnics and by the pool!) and is made with a blend of grenache and pinot noir that tastes light and crisp. And it also includes De Chanceny Crémant de Loire Brut Rosé, a sparkling variety.
The sale is going on now through May 28th, perfect for your Easter, Passover, Mother's Day, pre-summer and really any regular day celebrations.
You can check out the 10 wines included in the sale nationally in the gallery above, however, local stores may add more wines to the sale.
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You can find the sangria recipe below.
Summer Water Sangria
-1 bottle of Summer Water Rosé
-1 orange sliced
-1/2 grapefruit, sliced
-1/2 cup strawberries, sliced
-1/2 cup raspberries
-1 lime, sliced
-A handful of mint leaves
1. Pour bottle of rosé into a pitcher or punch bowl.
2.Add fruit and mint leaves.
3. Stir and let sit for 1 hour (or up to overnight) before serving. Tip: pour into sealable mason jars for a cute Easter display!
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Combine 2 oz. Jagermeister, 3-4 oz. ginger beer and 2 squeezed limes.
Build ingredients into highball glass over ice.
Garnish with lime wedge.
Pure Leaf Iced Teas, Pomegranate
Nothing says spring and summer like iced tea. Sit back and relax with Pure Leaf’s refreshing flavors like the new Tea House Collection Valencia Orange Peel flavor and Fuji Apple & Ginger flavor, Mint flavor and (our favorite) Not Too Sweet Peach flavor.
The best part is that Pure Leaf also offers a range of home brewed teas that make it super simple to brew your own iced tea at home!
A healthy start to spring begins with Tropicana Probiotics. It's almost too good to believe -- a 100% juice blend with no added sugar or artificial flavors. Tropicana is being raw and candid about what goes into their juices, and it's something we want a sip of.
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