The Art of Wine


It pairs with everything and stands alone. Rosé is made from familiar varietals — Cabernet Sauvignon, Pinot Noir, Merlot, Malbec and Grenache, to name a few. So, what flavor profile should you expect from a bottle of Rosé? There’s sure to be one that fits your palate. 

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No longer served only with poultry or fish, white wines are as versatile as their red counterparts. These whites represent a tiny sample. Sweet, dry and in between, Colonial has more brands, more styles and more vintages of whites for you to discover and celebrate!



Sparkling wine is a classic when people get together to celebrate, but it’s not only for special occasions anymore. Whether straight from a flute, in cocktails or in a recipe (try adding Champagne to your crepes) there’s a sparkler from nearly every corner of the world for every taste. So make your palate pop – just add bubbles!



Yes, red wines can be popped in the fridge too! I know this title sounds like an oxymoron, but there are red wines out there perfect for chilling. These “cooler” reds are perfect for warmer temps. Lower in alcohol and lighter in body, these red wines prove that you don’t have to do without reds just because it’s warming up outside!

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