“Why the blue bottle?” We hear that at least five times during the Rose season and seeing as we also love seeing the varying shades of pink, we get it. The blue bottles are not a stylistic choice, the bottle is blue in order to protect the delicate pink wine inside from being bruised by the light/sun. It actually makes this rose one of those that you can store/age and not worry about how it’s holding up. This seductive little wine is made from a blend of Cinsault, Syrah and Grenache, the Syrah making up the bulk of the blend. Such a gorgeously pale pink color and a nose that is packed with white stones, watermelon rind and just a hint of anise. One of my personal favorites every vintage and should you want to hold onto summer just a little longer, the blue bottle will keep this delicate and barely pink Rose protected and super fresh.