Celebrate National Rosé Day With These Local Gems!

4 New York State Dry Rosés to Try This summer!

3 Brothers Stony Lonesome

Sheldrake Point

Casa Larga


Start your summer off right with one of these great dry rosé wines!

The local wine industry needs our support now more than ever. Impacted greatly by the lack of tourism in the Finger Lakes and surrounding regions, wineries have been focusing on sales in liquor stores, shipping products, and small group tastings within COVID-19 state regulations. It will most likely be a while before things return to normal for this industry. The easiest way to continue supporting local wineries to ensure they are operating after the pandemic, is by purchasing their products in liquor stores. Luckily, we have over 300 local wines to choose from! If wine isn’t your thing, we also have a huge selection of local spirits and ciders available. Here is a look at some valuable rosé wines on hand to purchase at Chili Liquor this season.

3 Brothers Stony Lonesome- Rosé of Cabernet Franc 


“A ripe nose of ripe cherry and rose water leads to a strawberries and cream filled palate. Tart white peaches support the clean dry finish.”

Sheldrake Point- Rosé of Cabernet Franc


“The 2019 vintage offers classic aromatics of strawberries and cream with a burst of spring flowers. The palate opens with bright acidity highlighting white cherry, and is rounded out with a pithy citrus finish.”90 Points, Wine Enthusiast Magazine

Casa Larga- Rosé of DeChaunac 


“DeChaunac is a rare red French-American grape variety developed in France by Albert Seibel in the 1860s. Casa Larga founder, Andrew Colaruotolo, planted several rows of DeChaunac in the late 1970s. Among red wine grapes, DeChaunac is relatively cold, hardy, resistant to mildew, vigorous, and early budding and ripening. It produces inky juice that is low in tannins, with earthy aromas and stone fruit notes.

This Dry Rosé features delicate cherry and tart apple notes and is enjoyed all year round.

Pairing suggestions: Fried fish, roasted beets with goat cheese, salmon with aioli, lightly seared tuna, rosemary flatbread with blue cheese and honey, grilled sausage or chicken, paella, and olive appetizers.”

Hosmer- Rosé of Cabernet Franc


“A beautiful shade of watermelon-pink, this rosé starts off with notes of crushed peppercorn and jalapeño. The palate is equally green and herbaceous, with tangy slicks of wet stone alongside flavors of strawberry and watermelon.”

Start your summer off right with one of these great dry rosé wines!