This one never lasts long at Costco so stock up now! The highly refreshing and delicious Kirkland Signature Cotes de Provence Rosé.
The wine is available exclusively at Costco for just $8.59 ($1.40 less than last year). It is imported by Misa Imports.
Kirkland Signature Rosé is produced in the Cotes de Provence Appellation by Olivier Sumeire, an 8th generation grape grower and vintner, whose family has been passionate about winemaking in Provence since the XIIIth Century.
A pale luminous pastel pink color with notes of litchi, cherry blossom and tangerine zest. This elegant and lively rosé has a pleasant peach and red currant fruit finish that will highlight your favorite fare. Olivier Sumeire - Winemaker
Bottled by Chateaux Elie Sumiere
The 2020 Kirkland Signature Cotes de Provence Rosé is a perennial favorite from Costco. It begins with a very pleasing aroma of strawberry, cherry and a little watermelon plus some salty minerality and pleasing touches of wild herbs and flowers.
The light-bodied wine tastes dry and delicious. Fresh and tart strawberry, melon, peach and citrus flavors evolve in the mouth and are all tinged with more salty minerality.
It ends dry, long and lip-smackingly good. Tart strawberry, lime and more mineral notes linger nicely.
This is excellent stuff and it traditionally never lasts long once it makes its appearance at Costco, so if you're a rosé lover be sure to grab some on your next visit. We found the 2020 to be just as good as the 2019 and at $1.40 less than last year there's no reason not to stock up.
This is pretty much everything you want in a rosé.