We haven’t even hit May, and the temperature has already skyrocketed into the mid-80s here in the suburbs of New York City. (Of course, tomorrow’s forecast call for clouds... and the weatherman has proclaimed there will be a 30-degree plummet on the thermometer—ah, ya gotta love the unpredictability of spring!)
Nevertheless, today’s sudden warm-spell has me dreaming of picnics, barbecues, and outdoor entertaining... Complete with rosé, of course!
Yes, the season of everyone’s favorite pink drink has arrived—and all the relevant hashtags apply: #YesWayRosé #RoséAllDay #GimmeMyRosé… I just made that one up, but I totally think it might catch on.
Noble Vines just sent me this beautiful bottle of their 515 Rosé and so, of course, I had to have a sip to celebrate this most gorgeous April afternoon. In addition to loving the taste and finish of this dry medium-bodied bottle with its bright bouquet of raspberry, watermelon, and lemon and its subtle flavors of grapefruit, strawberry, and cherry, I also really enjoy the story behind the name. Apparently, 515 represents the time the Noble Vines team pauses from work to enjoy a sip or two of this light, bright, and delicious wine varietal.
As a perpetual red-wine loyalist, spring is generally the time of year that I branch out and try something crisper, drier, and more refreshing. Noble Vines 515 Rosé fits the bill... without costing a lot of them!
Experiencing a sunny, hot spring afternoon in your neck of the woods? Here are a few more refreshing ways to sip your way through Saturday. Because, it’s 85 degrees—and it’s 5:15 somewhere!
This is not a sponsored post. We received a sample for review. All opinions are our own.