Woodinville Wine Country’s Drink Pink event is on May 31st where we will be celebrating rosé releases with 35+ wineries. For event details or to get your tickets, click here. If you can’t wait until then, below is a list of wineries offering sips and bottles of rosé in their tasting room now.

Airfield Estates: 2018 Sangiovese Rosé
Airfield’s purpose-driven winemaking techniques created a rosé that is true to its Sangiovese varietal and a wine of this caliber can be enjoyed during any season. Strawberry jam, raspberry puree and pomegranate aromatics create an impression of sweetness on the nose that finishes dry. The fresh flavors of watermelon, tart cherry with hints of cranberry leave the palate refreshed with crisp acidity.

Bookwalter Winery: 2018 Scarlet HexFlame Rosé
Strawberries, grapefruit, and pink champagne notes invite you into a cold rosé that smells sweet and drinks dry and refreshing. The fresh flavors of cold pink grapefruit and strawberries are pure and delicious. The purpose driven winemaking created a wine creamier than most in this dry style.

Lachini Vineyards: 2018 Lachini Rosé of Pinot Noir
Sourced entirely from Lachini’s Biodynamic Estate vineyard, this rosé offers notes of wild strawberries, white peaches and cantaloupe dance on the palate. Pairs well with shellfish, salads, sushi & spicy Asian cuisine, baked chicken or artisan cheeses.

Lauren Ashton Cellars: 2018 Rosé
Mark your calendars! Lauren Ashton Cellars will release their rosé by hosting an event. A portion of their proceeds from sales of their 2018 Rosé during the weekend of April 13th and 14th will go to Bellevue Lifespring, helping local children.

Saturday, April 13 | 12pm – 8pm | Musical guest Kurt Lindsay from 6pm – 8pm
Sunday, April 14 | 12pm – 5pm

Matthews Winery: 2018 Matthews Rosé
Crafted using 100% Cabernet Franc from vineyards in the Columbia Valley and Walla Walla Valley AVAs. The rosé was fermented and aged in stainless steel for 4 months before being bottled and released.

Milbrandt Vineyards: 2018 Milbrandt Rosé
Finely balanced with a fruit driven mid-palate, this Syrah dominant rosé has delicate aromas of dried cranberries, pomegranate, and savory herbs; expressing an excellent ripeness and bright, refreshing acidity. It is perfect to have on hand for all kinds of food pairings.

Silver Lake Winery: Roza Rosé
With aromas of rhubarb and strawberries, the palate is fruity and intense, finishing crisp and dry. A more serious style rosé that will pairs perfectly with pork tenderloin or salmon. This Rosé is perfect chilled on a sunny day.

TruthTeller Winery: 2018 Quip Rosé
A “quip” is one of the three principle forms of “wit,” which is considered the intelligent form of humor. Specifically, a quip is a smart, sarcastic turn of phrase or jest. Always smart and always a little sassy. Describes this rosé perfectly. Come on, get your sass on!

For even more new Rosé releases, check out these great wineries that will all be featured at Drink Pink on May 31st – Adrice Wines, Alexandria Nicole Cellars, Ancestry Cellars, Brian Carter Cellars, Columbia Winery, Covington Cellars, DeLille Cellars, EFESTĒ, Eye of the Needle Winery, Finn Hill Winery, Forgeron Cellars, Goose Ridge Estate Winery, JM Cellars, Lobo Hills Winery, Long Cellars, Long Shadows Vintners, Love that Red Winery, Market Vineyards, Milbrandt Vineyards, Obelisco Estate, Novelty Hill Januik Winery, Patterson Cellars, Pomum Cellars, Pondera Winery, Rocky Pond Winery, Ryan Patrick Wines, Tertulia Cellars, Tinte Cellars, Torii Mor Winery, Tsillan Cellar, Warr-King Winery, WIT Cellars, and Woodhouse Wine Estates.

Photo cred: Sung Park Photography, Airfield Estates, Matthews Winery, Silver Lake Wines