June 6, 2019

3 Ways to Celebrate National Rosé Day

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June 8th is National Rosé Day — be sure to drink pink in celebration!

1. Visit a local #vawine retailer to pick up one (or two, or three) of your favorite Virginia Rosés.

2. Try something new! Whether it be a canned Rosé (like this, or this), an unexpected grape (like Tannat or Blaufränkisch), or an interesting style like Pét-Nat (try this one– or maybe this one).

3. Want to be a Rosé expert? Click here to learn Wine Folly’s pink wine secrets from tasting to how different styles of Rosé are made.

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