June 22, 2018
Kathleen Inman, owner and winemaker at California’s Inman Family Wines, has also seen rosé become a year-round drink. “Sommeliers were treating it as a summer wine when it actually is a traditional wine,” she says. Her Russian River Valley AVA rosé wines, marketed by Broadbent Selections, are on allocation—and are also a favorite of wine and entertainment accounts like City Winery. Targeted at the high end, Inman’s 2017 Endless Crush Rosé of Pinot Noir retails at $38 a 750-ml. Also on the market are her 2016 OGV Estate Brut Rosé ($68) and the 2014 Whole Bunch of Bubbles Blanc de Noir ($68).