The Best Northwest Rosés

We've been tasting a lot of Northwest rosés and so far, we've been silent on recommendations. That ends today. There may be more to come, but it's hard to fathom that they'll be better.

Eyrie's rosé of Pinot noir is the best Oregon Pinot rosé. Period. 

$19.75 in any 12 bottle or Build a Case* order
($21.95 regular)
It was the best Pinot rosé from the 2013 vintage. No big deal. It was the best Pinot rosé from the 2014 vintage. We're paying attention. Now, it's the best Pinot rosé from 2015 and there's no coincidence or chance about it; it is entirely fitting that the first winery to plant Pinot noir in the Willamette Valley should make the best rosé. Perfect in aroma and texture, regal and elegant. The only lamentation: production is always low, so it'll be here and gone. Claim yours now! Arrives 4/11, but we visited the winery for a sneak-peak last weekend... 

Division's rosé is the best non-Pinot rosé. Boom.
Division Rosé of Gamay noir 2015
$16.16 in any 12 bottle or Build a Case* order
($17.95 regular) 
Everything you want/expect in a rosé, this whisks you away on a gentle breeze of pink wine refreshment. Vibrant and crisp, mouthwatering and juice-like, its peach, light strawberry and melon notes bring instant cheer. Sourced from high-elevation Gamay vines in Washington, picked early to retain freshness. - Marcus