Summer is officiallé here and the first vintage of Yes Way Rosé is going fast! The wine is currently sold in all Target stores that sell wine, as well as Bottlerocket Wine & Spirits and Dandelion Wine in New York City, so make sure to pick up a bottle (or 6) while supplies last. And if you feel so inclined, show us where you’re enjoying the beautiful, crisp wine by tagging @yeswayrose. Spread love and rosé, it’s the Yes Way.
Yes Way Rosé puts a modern spin on classic Provençal-style rosé. A label that started–of all places–on Instagram, it was created in the South of France and represents our dream turned into a realité.
We tried about 15 blends of rosé while in France, not a bad day at the office, to find the rosé that we could truly call Yes Way Rosé. We landed on a super fresh, delicate wine that reveals notes of strawberry, citrus, and white peach. Dry and almost too easy drinking, it’s pure pink deliciousness.
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Yes Way Versatilité! Our rosé is a perfect match with a wide variety of flavors, including grilled seafood dishes, roast chicken, and cheese… lots of cheese. The ultimate pairing, however, is enjoying a bottle chilled (while chilling) with friends.
We are proud to announce the launch of our signature rosé! The French rosé you can actually say is a classic Provençal blend with notes of strawberry, citrus, and white peach. The wine will be introduced in most Target stores nationwide on March 4th. Yes Way Targét! For more information read here.
Introducing our 2017 Gift Guide! We have just the thing for everyone on your list, naughté or nice. And, everything is under $100! Free shipping on all domestic orders through 12/10 with code YESWAYHOLIDAY. Click below to shop now.
There are two sides to this hat storé: the Yes Way and the Rosé. Feeling good? Wear it with the Yes Way in front. Feeling Rosé? You know what to do. It’s a win-win situation whichever way you wear our cozy beanié, now back in stock.
We were lucky to get our hands on Twin Peaks star Kyle MacLachlan’s 2016 Blushing Bear Rosé, a blend of Grenache, Cinsault and Mourvedre and, damn, it’s good. Normally we are wary of celebrité wine, but this crisp and dry Columbia Valley Rosé delivers Provence-style deliciousness that is just delightful. The bottle has limited availability and is on the pricier side for Rosé, but Some Good Wine has it (with a great review, too) and we think it’s worth every penné.
We’ll be posted up for a Summer Water happé hour this Wednesday from 5-7 at Two Hands, the most Aussie vibey restaurant in all of NYC. Come hang, mates! There will be a special Summer Water cocktail and food pairing.