Availability varies by location. Check your local menu to see what rosés are available to you! 

The second Saturday in June is National Rosé Day! Lucky for you, we have three great new rosés on our menu this spring to make sure you’re celebrating in style this weekend. We have Anew Rosé from Columbia Valley, Washington (USA), Dogajolo Rosé from Provence (France), and B&G Rosé from Tuscany (Italy).

Anew, Dogajolo, Barton & Guestier Rosés

Try a glass or bottle of one of these incredible rosés with any of our delicious new menu items, or before trying one of our great new creative cocktails. Read below to see all the details you’ll need to make National Rosé Day the best one yet.


“This wine is predominantly Sangiovese with some Syrah blended in. Bright aromas of wild strawberry and peach lead to crisp, dry, lightly spritzy fruit flavors that persist.” – Wine Mag
“The fruit was pressed immediately at the winery, then fermented at cool temperatures to retain its dynamic aromas of pink grapefruit and peach blossom. The result is a vibrant wine with racy acidity, savory minerality, and flavors of crisp watermelon and juicy strawberry that linger on the palate.” – Anew Wines



“Light salmon color. Elegant and aromatic, with fruity notes. Round, gourmand and delicate. Perfect with pizzas, grilled meats and salads. Served chilled 8 – 10°C.

Uncomplicated and refreshing, these three wines embody the spirit of the Mediterranean regions: warm, friendly and unpretentious ! They are perfect for everyday meals or with friends.” – Barton-Guestier



“The name Dogajolo was invented by Carpineto’s founders, derived from the Italian word doga, meaning “stave” — the narrow strips of wood used to form oak casks. Carpineto Dogajolo Rosato shows vibrant floral aromas of rose and myrtle meet hints of fruit, like apples, currants, and sour cherries. Fermented on the lees in stainless steel, this is a refreshing wine with an invigorating acidity and a clean finish.” – Opici Wines