You might not be surprised that the United States isn’t the only country to take Valentine’s Day seriously. Some countries take it to the next level by celebrating for an entire week, and they know how to toast to romance: with wine. This year, Marks and Spencer sent Cupid out around the world looking for the perfect Valentine’s wine, and he’s thirsty for rosé.
Vaglio Rosé – Argentina
Argentinians are a romance-loving people that celebrate the season of love for seven days in what is called “Sweetness Week.” This wine is delicate yet intriguing, with complex flavors of gooseberry, strawberry, and a crisp finish, perfect to kick of your week of sweetness with the one you love.
Available here for around $14.00
Ridgeview Marksman Brut Rosé – England
Hailing from a multi-award-winning winemaking team, this brut holds true to the standard of excellent rosé wine. A pure salmon color, creamy bubbles tantalize the palate before it’s overwhelmed with red berries.
Available here for around $40.00
Oudinot Medium Dry Rosé – France
Take a token from the country of love with this medium dry rosé. Perfect as an aperitif, peaches, cream, and toasted brioche attack the nose before giving in to rich baked apple on the tongue and a lingering finish.
Available here for around $32.50
Dolphin Bay Rosé – South Africa
South Africans celebrate Valentine’s Day in style with flowers pinned to their shirtsleeves. Have a taste of Western Cape with this cherry-forward, elegantly dry rosé and you might just find a charming red flower pinned to the one you love.
Available here for around $8.50