Drink Rosé All Day at the Rosé Mansion


The Rosé Mansion is officially back open with 14 new rooms at a mansion twice the size! Walk through a mansion filled with Instagram-worthy photo ops as you drink pink and learn about this magical pink wine.

Taste 8 different wine samples as you walk through the mansion (samples are equal two glasses of wine.) Here’s a sneak peak of some of the wines to look forward to.

Enter the Fermentation Room and taste Haywater Cove Rosé, a fruit-driven, light-bodied rosé from the North Fork of Long Island. It’s made with Cabernet Franc and Merlot grapes, showcasing it’s local grapes. Enjoy one of Long Island’s favorite sea-side wines that has hints of nectarines, strawberries, mandarin oranges, and pineapples.
Visit the Finger Lakes room and enjoy Bridge Lane Rosé from the North Fork of Long Island. Bridge Lane Rosé is made with Cabernet Franc grapes (a major black grape variety) and contains notes of guava, peach blossoms, strawberries, and watermelons.
Head to Cleopatra’s Palace and sample the Rosa Regale. This sparkling red wine has the flavor of fresh raspberries and strawberries. Drink like royalty while lounging on golden throne in Cleopatra’s Palace.
While exploring the Pursuit of Sweetness Room, learn about your wine palate and why you might like wines that are more sweet, tart or bitter. If you like sweet wines, try the Quadry Red Electra, a red moscato from California. This wine is slightly sparkling with notes of
cherries, berries, and pomegranates.
Liquid Geography Bierzo Mencía Rosado is a dry rosé wine from Spain made with red mencia grapes from 53 year old vines. Only the best ten percent of grapes are used to make Liquid Geography Rose. This wine has a crisp acidity and notes of strawberries, red-currants, and white pepper.
If you like dry wines, you’ll love the
Plume Wines Terre Siciliane Rosato from Italy. Even though this wine is fruit-forward it’s still dry and refreshing.
Head to the bright and colorful 1960’s themed Acid Room where you’ll enjoy a taste of  L’Agnostique Rosé de Cinsault. This French wine has bright notes of strawberries and cherries. This wine also uses cinsault grapes which are perfect for blending.
Try the Apothic Rose in the Garden Room, a provencal-style rosé from California made with notes of strawberries and raspberries. This wine is perfectly balanced, not too sweet or sour. Sit in a bathtub filled with rose petals and you sip and savor the Apothic Rose.
Maison Marcel Sparking Rosé is crafted in Provence using the Charmat method (pushing a wine through a second fermentation.) This wine is crisp and refreshing and has notes of white peach and lychee (a sweet and tart fruit with a floral taste.)
Head to the RoséLand where 25 to 30 rosés are available for $8 a glass. A tasting bar is coming soon where you’ll be able to order four different flights combinations, each flight includes three five-ounce pours for only $15. To get tickets to the Rosé Mansion click here.

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