News — Roose in the News
Have you heard? The industry is just as excited as we are about our new Limited Edition Sampler Pack!Catch the coverage over on Associated Press, Market Watch Online, and Benzinga, among others! "The Limited Edition Sampler Pack is rolling out on shelves throughout April 2021 in select retailers throughout Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Rhode Island, Vermont, Alabama, D.C., Florida, Maryland, North Carolina, Tennessee, Indiana, Wisconsin, Oklahoma and Texas."See Archer Roose on shelves? Snap a pic and tag us on instagram @archerroosewines!
7 of the Best Canned Wines Under $10 a Can Written by Alice Chase for Newsweek Alice says, "Archer Roose rose is delicious and refreshing all year long … tastes like much more expensive wine” Canned wine is the best thing that's happened to wine since the invention of the corkscrew. It's convenient, portable, usually less than $10 a can, and it's a great way to drink wine in places where it isn't usually served, like the beach, the park, or the pool. Canned wine is a fairly new phenomenon, but it quickly gained popularity in the modern wine world....
Our Ears Were Burning … Turns Out Sponstayneous Was Talking Us Up! Looking for last minute airbnb deals and steals? Check out Sponstayneous and sign up for their weekly emails highlighting the best deals by region! Check out what Sponstayneous had to say about Wine Down Wednesdays with Archer Roose! Here’s the trick with wine down Wednesdays... It’s the middle of the week, you’re already fried, but you’ve managed to muster the energy to complete that 30-minute Peloton workout — and now it’s time to toast making it through Hump Day. There’s a bottle of cab on the counter...
WINE is WIN with an E on the end! Two of our worldly wines were medalists in the Wine Country Network's 2020 Canned Challenge Competition!! Silver was awarded to our Argentinian Malbec which touts balanced acidity and dark ripe fruit, with notes of warm vanilla, blackberry and plum. Our limited release, Rodi Rose was awarded bronze. This skin-contact white wine is dry and fruit forward with notes of pink grapefruit, dried apricot, peach and melon. Read more about the competition here!