Rosé-Colored GlassesMADE BY MOUTH
WHAT YOU GET
You know what's good literally all the time? A bottle of rosé. You know what's even better than a bottle? Three rosy bottles and a set of four ready-to-go-anywhere stemless wine glasses.
Start with a sip of Billsboro Rosé of Pinot Noir made in the Finger Lakes of New York. At first blush, it’s juicy and bright, with flavors of strawberry and peach and just the right amount of tartness.
Then, pop the cork on Napa, California’s salmon-colored Matthiasson Rosé. A little more full-bodied, with a rich mineral note, this naturally fermented and lightly filtered wine boasts sweet aromas of white peach and berries. Shucks.
Finally, take a moment to stop smelling the rosés with a spectacular, savory, sparkling apple cider made by Descendant Cider Company in Queens, New York. Hand-pressed apples get a little color from tart pomegranate and hibiscus flower, which add a complex, floral flavor to the dry, crisp and effervescent cider.