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National Rose Wine Day

Dates: Now - Jun. 15, 2019
Category: Wine Tasting
Location: August Hill Winery & Illinois Sparkling Co., 106 Mill Street, Utica, Il 61373
Phone: 815-667-5211
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Come celebrate "Rosé Wine Day" with us or pick up a bottle or two to celebrate with friends. We offer two AHW rosé wines and four ISC bubbly rosé wines so today is a perfect day to try an all rosé wine tasting at the Tasting Room or a Flight of Three rosés. Chill off with a Frosé Chill Choose from either Chambourcin Rosé & La Belle Rosé, and we'll pour your favorite over our special frozen Frosé mix. They are so delicious Enjoy a Glass or Share a Bottle of Rosé We have 5 rosé wines that we produce at August Hill Winery & Illinois Sparkling Co. Enjoy a glass or share a bottle with a group of friends to celebrate the occasion. August Hill Winery Chambourcin Rosé August Hill Winery La Belle Rosé Illinois Sparkling Co. Brut Ombré Rosé Illinois Sparkling Co. Brut Rosé de Saignée Illinois Sparkling Co. Demi Sec Rosé Illinois Sparkling Co. Pet Nat Learn more about Rosé wines Rosé wine was first produced in 600 B.C. and is known for its wonderful versatility for pairing with foods of all types. Rosé Wine Day is about celebrating its history and recognizing its role in the wine world today. Share your rosé experience on this day using #NationalRoséDay.

What's Nearby:
Starved Rock Lodge - Cabins
Joliet Iron Works Historic Site
Utica Business Association
Joliet Slammers Baseball
Joliet Slammers Baseball
Grundy County Corn Festival

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