This blog post is going to be short and sweet.
As the title suggests, it’s about National Rosé Day which is celebrated on the second Saturday of the month of June. This year, it falls on June 12.
There’s always an occasion for rosé, and we have two reasons for this topic.
First, it’s part of our current content calendar. Second, it’s our 770th blog post.
Throw some confetti, and pop some pink bubbly!🍾
In 2019, the global market of wines and spirits was valued at $970 billion, according to Allied Market Research, a global market research firm.
Rosé occupies 1.5% of total wine market category.
Before we make this post any longer, here are 10 Black-owned wineries to discover or rediscover on National Rosé Day:
- McBride Sisters
- La Fête du Rosé
- Maison Noir Wines
- Love Cork Screw
- Theopolis Vineyards
- P. Harrell Wines
- Stoney Wines
- Frichette Winery
- Darjean Jones Wines
- Luc Belair
We thank you for reading our post about National Rosé Day, and remind you to drink responsibly.