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Spring is right here, and it’s time to drink rose and sauvignon blanc wines. Here are incredible alternatives from some of our new roses and sauvignon blanc at Boone’s in Eagle.
Brand new to the market from Justin Vineyards in California is the JNSQ lineup (“Je ne sais quoi”). The bottles are lovely, and the wine is even better. The sauvignon blanc is a well-balanced, bright, and complex wine with citrus, apple, pear, and melon guidelines. Floral at the nostril with savory notes, this soft and delicious white wine is perfect for brunch or relaxing at warm nighttime on the deck with friends.
The Rose Cru is delicious and perfect for sharing with friends. Made from Grenache, pinot gris, syrah, and viognier grapes sourced from select blocks inside the best vineyards on California’s central coast: This rose is a celebrity. Its vibrant salmon color boasts strawberry, pink cherry, and apple with white and purple vegetation at the nose. This is complex but soft and clean drinking rose that is an appropriate pairing with pretty much any food at any time of the day — precisely what an extraordinary rose must be.