Rosé, At Last: Crisp, Refreshing New Italian Rosato. $19

Spring appears to have had some supply chain issues this year.

With the temperature barely cracking 50 in recent days in New England, it appears Spring may have had some supply chain issues of its own. But yesterday’s warm sunny afternoon was worth the wait – we reinflated the bike tires, put on some sunscreen, and soaked in some long awaited Vitamin D.

This year’s three French rosés are (slowly) making their way across the Atlantic, but the Italian representative arrived early this year. Made by our talented friends at the Fattoria Poggerino, this 2021 Rosato is pure Sangiovese, and just as good as their reds.

We know, it’s back below 50 this weekend, but with this on hand you’ll be ready for the next sunny day, whenever it finally arrives.

Poggerino is our lone Italian producer (*for now!), and their wines are some of our most popular. Rajat Parr calls their pure Sangiovese wines “some of the purest expressions in Italy.” Wine Spectator calls them “impeccably balanced.”

Poggerino’s Rosato is 100% sangiovese — it’s dry on the palate with lively freshness and excellent balance. There’s a floral nose of roses and strawberries, with a dry crisp mouthfeel. It’s neither oaked nor overdone – just perfect, refreshing, beautiful rosé.


Poggerino Rosato 2021
bottle price: $19

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