#CocktailsWithMuna! How To Pick Your Perfect Rose For The Summer!By Muna Amadi | June 14, 2018 | Beauty
It’s Rosé season! Divas, it’s time to find some new rosé wines and we decided to help you by attending La Nuit en Rosé, a cruise on a yacht filled with a multitude of rosé vendors.
With over 150 rose wines to sample, this diva wasn’t sure where to start. The event is in its third year and as popular as ever because in addition to rosé, there were artisanal food offerings, DJs, and fun lounges like the Chandon lounge. Best of all were the views of the Statue of Liberty, Brooklyn Bridge and the cityscapes of New Jersey and New York. Ahead are some of our favorite offerings!
There’s a new trend in rose best exemplified by Mouton Cadet’s Ice Rosé where you put an ice cube in your glass after pouring and it enhances the taste of your rosé.
Remy Pannier’s Rosé D’Anjou was a sparkling welcome from the Anjou district of France’s Loire Valley. With a beautiful color and aroma, this wine is not too sweet, not too dry. We enjoyed Day Owl‘s newest Rosé offering as well.
Aimé Roquesante is a light rose cuvée that’s a good balance of a fruit and a dry finish- great for dinner and light meals.
Angry Orchard decided to get in the rosé game with a hard cider rosé and I am into it. It’s a fun and casual rosé and will be great for summer barbecues.
Last but not least, the Listel Cuvee Pinks were an easy favorite and come in two variations- the grapefruit rosé and the sparkling rose. They were a light and fruity rosé and absolutely perfect for brunch or happy hour with the girls. I can’t choose between the two, so I’ll let you divas decide. Let us know which one you prefer!
All in all, it was a great event and if La Nuit en Rosé docks anywhere near you, get on board and make your own rosé list for summer.