grapes: negroamaro
Drinking dry rosé in the spring can provide a refreshing and enjoyable experience. However, it may not be suitable for everyone and should be enjoyed responsibly. Possible side effects may include uncontrollable urges to frolic in the park, spontaneous burst of laughter, and a desire to spend time with friends and loved ones. Excessive consumption may lead to questionable dance moves, embarrassing karaoke performances, and overuse of the words “yaaaaas” and “lit”. Consult with your bartender or sommelier if you have any concerns about drinking rosés made from the often rustic Negroamaro: a grape variety only grown in Puglia (the warm stiletto heel of Italy’s boot). Rosés of this nature are intended for adults over the legal drinking age and should not be consumed by minors or those with a stick up their bum. Please drink responsibly and don’t forget to share the love! 

2021 Tormaresca Calafuria Rosé

$18.00

Availability: In stock

Delivery: Your everywine bunch wines are delivered every third Saturday of the month between 9:00am and 5:00pm.

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