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Yes Way Rosé

Pink Wine /12.5% ABV / France

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Grenache / Garnacha / Cannonau




Sweet-Dry Scale




Food Pairing

Beef, Duck & Game Bird

Product description

At the heart of Yes Way Rosé is capturing the spirit of rosé wine, which symbolizes friendship, fun, and the best summertime vibes. A dream turned reality that started on @yeswayrose, we proudly now introduce our signature rosé: Yes Way Rosé.

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Community reviews

4.815 Reviews
  • Susanne
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    Love it because it's dry. Perfect summer wine!

  • Kim W.
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    I liked it, but it's a little dry.

  • Kate
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    Easy drinker for a hot day

  • Nicole S.
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    We ordered 2 bottles and only received 1.

  • Leslie
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    Always a favorite, this dry crisp rose never disappoints.

  • Alison
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    Perfect for that summer afternoon.

  • Tony
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    when I think of rose all day, this is what comes to mind. might not be the most elevated~, but so drinkable and tasty. summer to T!

  • Sandra
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    Light refreshing goes down easy

  • Nicole
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    Crisp and refreshing

  • Anizabeth
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    Love it!


Grenache is a dark-skinned red wine grape that thrives in hot climates. The most well known grenache wines are produced in the Rhône Valley of southern France, but can also be found in Spain, Italy, the United States, and Australia. 
Grenache is typically a semi-sweet wine with an ABV of 13.5-16%. Grenache is sometimes compared to pinot noir, tempranillo, or merlot. It features a unique flavor of cinnamon and candied fruit and sometimes mild citrus aromas of grapefruit or orange rinds.
Grenache's intense flavor pairs well with dishes like roasted chicken, smoked meats, pork, and lamb.
It sounds like greh-nash. It’s known as garnacha in Spain, grenache noir in France, and cannonau in Italy.
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