17 Central Virginia Pink Wines To Enjoy


1. Crosé; King Family Vineyards

6550 Roseland Farm, Crozet, Virginia 22932
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Crosé is a delightfully crisp and citrusy rosé with hints of grapefruit, passion fruit and white peach.

2. Summer Farm Rosé; Pippin Hill Farm & Vineyards

5022 Plank Rd, North Garden, Virginia
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This seasonal rosé is fruity with a pleasant floral character.


3. Rosé; Keswick Vineyards

1575 Keswick Winery Dr, Keswick, Virginia
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Keswick Vineyards has a very dark rosé with cranberry, strawberry and a bit of tart cherry.

4. Mousseux; Veritas Winery

151 Veritas Lane Afton, Virginia 22920
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Mousseaux is a dry, sparkling wine with intense fruity flavors.

5. Stonecastle Blush; Horton Vineyards

6399 Spotswood Trail, Gordonsville, VA
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If this bright zinfandel isn’t sweet enough for you, they also make a strawberry wine!

6. Vintage Rosé; Barboursville Vineyards

17655 Winery Rd, Barboursville, Virginia
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Barboursville Vineyards has a refreshing, dry rosé. They also have a Brut rosé.

7. Rosé; Jefferson Vineyards

1353 Thomas Jefferson Pkwy, Charlottesville, Virginia
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Jefferson Vineyards has a delightfully crisp rosé.

8. Sparkling Rosé; Trump Winery

3550 Blenheim Road, Charlottesville, Virginia 22902
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Trump Winery has a very unique sparkling rosé with flavors of cherry, strawberry and lemon custard!

9. Rosé; First Colony Winery

1650 Harris Creek Rd, Charlottesville, Virginia
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First Colony Winery’s dry rosé has clean citrus and strawberry characters.


10. Rosé; Stinson Vineyards

4744 Sugar Hollow Rd, Crozet, Virginia
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Stinson Vineyards has a slightly smokey rosé with a crisp taste.

11. Rosé; Wisdom Oak Winery

3613 Walnut Branch Ln, North Garden, Virginia
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Wisdom Oak Winery has a dry rosé with floral, apple and cherry notes.

12. Dawn’s Light; Democracy Vineyards

585 Mountain Cove Rd, Lovingston, Virginia
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Dawn’s Light is a sweet rosé from Democracy Vineyards with cherry and strawberry aromas.

13. E’Ville Pink Drink; Glass House Winery

5898 Free Union Rd, Free Union, Virginia
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E’Ville Pink Drink is a Cabernet Franc and Merlot blended rosé with hints of grapefruit and strawberry.

14. Vin Gris; White Hall Vineyards

5282 Sugar Ridge Rd, Crozet, Virginia
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White Hall Vineyards makes a vin gris. It’s a dry rosé, made with Cabernet Sauvignon and Touriga.

15. Rosie’s Rosé; Old House Vineyards

18351 Corkys Ln, Culpeper, Virginia
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Rosie’s Rosé is a semisweet wine that packs a raspberry punch.

16. Rosé; DelFosse Vineyards & Winery

4595 Old Roberts Mountain Rd, Faber, Virginia
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DelFosse’s Rosé is a blend of Petit Verdot, Merlot and Cabernet Franc. It has a lemon aroma and an earthy, crisp flavor.

17. Rivanna Sunset; Burnley Vineyards

4500 Winery Lane , Barboursville, Va 22923
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Rivanna Sunset is a lovley blush wine from Burnley Vineyards.

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