Hahn can bring a smile to your rosé cheeks

One doesn’t often think of lighter wines in chilling times, but why not break tradition with Hahn Pinot Noir Rosé?

Sourced from Hahn’s Ste. Philippe vineyard, located adjacent to the Arroyo Seco River, the sandy, well-drained soil, coupled with the typical growing season of cool nights and temperate daytime temperatures, resulted in longer hang time, preserving the acidity and unique fruit tones of this particular appellation.

Hahn Pinot Noir Rosé is bursting with flavors of fresh strawberry, watermelon, and citrus, all complemented by a creamy mouthfeel, bright acidity, and a crisp finish.

Hahn Rosé scores big in the pairing department. This decidedly food-friendly wine is perfect with nearly all seafood dishes or roast pork.

A little tough to find locally, Hahn Pinot Noir Rosé is exclusive to only two wine retailers in Northern Colorado– Wyatt’s Wet Goods in Longmont and Wilbur’s of Fort Collins (both of whom are worth visiting for their superior selection).

Wyatt’s Mother’s Day Rosé Special

Searching for that special gift for Mother’s Day?

Check out these crowdpleasers that we’re offering in conjunction with the Times-Call. Each of these tasty rosés is only $9.99 (Mom wants you to be frugal) and on special through the entire month of May (she also knows you have a procrastination problem).

Bieler Père et Fils Rosé 2017:

This classic Provence rosé profile is a blend of

41% Grenache, 20% Syrah, 19% Cinsault, 15% Cabernet Sauvignon, and 5% Rolle.

It is well-balanced on the palate with lengthy flavors of raspberry, cherry, peach, and citrus, all accented with pleasing herbal notes and minerality.

A perfect spring or summer sipper. 90 Points from Antonio Galloni at Vinous.

L’Odalet Pays D’Oc Rosé 2017:

This blend of Grenache, Cinsault and Syrah grapes is pale pink in color

with aromas of citrus and a delicate palate with notes of red berries

and a lovely continuing citrus finish. Try it with grilled meats or fish.

Doesn’t Mom deserve a special bottle this Mother’s Day?

After all, she puts up with you.