Sip Summer Bliss: Discover the Refreshing Tastes of Kirkland Signature Rosé

Vivette Rose is a refreshing and light-bodied from the Cotes de Provence Appellation in France. Produced by Olivier Sumeire, an 8th generation grape grower and vintner, it is a perennial favorite amog lovers of rosé.

The 2020 vintage of Vivette Rose has a beautiful pale pink hue and a nose of ripe fruit aromas including raspberry, cherry, and white peach. On the palate, thre are flavors of watermelon, honeydew melon with a hint of grapefruit that leads to an elegantly dry finish. Its light body makes it easy to drink on its own or paired with light appetizers like salads or seafood dishes.

When served chilled, Vivette Rose is the perfect accompaniment to any summer day or evening gathering. Its elegant bottle design makes it an attractive addition to any dinner table. And at 12% content, it is sure to be enjoyed responsibly by all your guests!

So if you're looking for a delicious rosé that you can serve at your next gathering or just enjoy on its own, Vivette Rose from Cotes de Provence Appellation is an excellent choice.

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The Sweetness of Vievite Rose

Vievite Rose is not overly sweet. It has a crisp and refreshing taste with a slight hint of sweetness. The flavor profile is dominated by floral and fruity notes, with a slight tartness that balances out the sweetness. The finish is light and slightly dry. It is an easy drinking wine that pairs well with salads, light dishes, or even on its own as an aperitif. Enjoy it chilled for the best flavor experience!

Who Is the Manufacturer of Kirkland Rose?

Kirkland Signature Rosé is produced by Olivier Sumeire, an 8th generation grape grower and vintner from the Cotes de Provence Appellation. The Sumeire family has a long history of winemaking in Provence, with records of their passion for winemaking stretching back to the XIIIth Century. The 2020 Kirkland Signature Cotes de Provence Rosé is a popular choice aong Costco customers.

The Sweetest Type of Rose

The sweetest type of Rosé wine is White Zinfandel. It is made from a pink-skinned variety of the red grape Zinfandel and typically has a light strawberry or peach flavor with a hint of sweetness. Other sweet varieties include White Merlot, Pink Moscato, Rosé and Rosé , Montepulciano, Sangiovese, Grenache and Tavel. Sweetness in these wines can range from subtle to strong depending on the winemaking style used. Many of these wines also have a low alcohol content which helps to create a balance between the sweetness and acidity in the wine.

Identifying the Sweetest Rosé

Pink Moscato is widely considered to be the sweetest type of rosé. It is made using a blend of white Moscato and Merlot or oter , resulting in a softer pink hue. The flavors of this rosé are intensely sweet, with peach, apricot, cherry, pomegranate and berry notes that make it a perfect accompaniment to desserts or as an aperitif. Its sweetness is balanced by its low alcohol content of around 5-6%.


The Kirkland Signature Cotes de Provence Rosé is an excellent value for the price and a great introduction to the French rosé style. The wine has a beautiful pale pink color with aromas of wild strawberries and floral notes. On the palate, it is light-bodied and refreshing, with flavors of ripe cherry fruit and a touch of minerality. It's an easy-drinking wine that pairs well with a variety of dishes, from salads to grilled fish. This rosé should be served slightly chilled and enjoyed young for maximum refreshment.

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Thomas Ashford is a highly educated brewer with years of experience in the industry. He has a Bachelor Degree in Chemistry and a Master Degree in Brewing Science. He is also BJCP Certified Beer Judge. Tom has worked hard to become one of the most experienced brewers in the industry. He has experience monitoring brewhouse and cellaring operations, coordinating brewhouse projects, and optimizing brewery operations for maximum efficiency. He is also familiar mixology and an experienced sommelier. Tom is an expert organizer of beer festivals, wine tastings, and brewery tours.