This is my favorite rose! Dry, perfect for summer, and you can’t beat the price!
Dark Horse Rosé
Pink Wine /12.5% ABV / California, United States
Sweet-Dry ScaleSemi-Sweet / Off-Dry
Chicken, Salads & Greens
Fruity & Floral
Dark Horse Rosé Wine is refreshing and bright blush wine with a convenient screw cap for easy opening and secure storage. The California pink wine features fruity flavors of strawberry, raspberry and melon, along with tart cherry, to produce a playful, fun taste. Perfect for drinking on summer days or blending into Froze, this blush wine offers a crisp finish that pairs well with chips and dip or a smoky burger. The fruit-forward, Provence-style Rose comes with an easy to open screw cap, so no wine opener is needed. Refrigerate this Dark Horse wine to serve it chilled for wine that defies expectations.View all products by Dark Horse WineCalifornia Residents: Click here for Proposition 65 WARNING
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A go to brand. If you like a dryer rosé definitely try.
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My wife loves it.
Mary S.Verified BuyerVerified Buyer
Not bad at all for the price. Not too sweet.
SusanVerified BuyerVerified Buyer
Good low-cost rose. Isn’t changing the world, but it gets the evening glass of wine done just fine.
FayeVerified BuyerVerified Buyer
A very smooth and pleasant Rose*
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By far the best rosè I have ever had in my life!!
Catharine M.Verified BuyerVerified Buyer
Good! Very crisp and dry
About The Brand
Anyone can have a great label, but it's what's inside that counts. Dark Horse is possible because of the unstoppable visionaries who pour everything into creating these shockingly good wines. Based in Modesto, CA, this tireless team has taken Dark Horse from complete unknown to a real contender. Leading the charge is Beth Liston, a winemaker crazy enough to believe that with the right planning and technique, a reasonably priced wine could actually be ridiculously good. Pretty bold if you think about it.