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Post Malone, Sarah Jessica Parker, and Other Stars Wines to Celebrate National Rose Day

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Due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, the Divorce star participated in a live virtual wine tasting in May to properly welcome the new variety into her growing wine collection. Rob Cameron and Tim Lightbourne, both cofounders of Invivo, joined her.

“The color of Invivo X, SJP Rosé in your glass is a lovely blush pink, which is what will initially draw you in, but it’s the taste that will keep you coming back for more.” “The aroma profile evokes clear rose petals and bright summer berry characters, wrapped in a minerality that keeps this wine incredibly fresh,” Cameron explained. “SJP Rosé is full-bodied, complex, and elegant, and it’s delicious on its own or with a variety of dishes.”

When the star of Failure to Launch first announced her foray into the alcohol industry, she talked about how important the beverage was in her daily life. “I drink a glass of wine at the end of the workday.” Every single day, to be precise. Almost. I’m on my own. “Back in the day,” she admitted. “I don’t use wine glasses; instead, I use empty jars,” says the author. I’m not joking when I say that.”


Post Malone is another rising star who is new to the rosé scene. Austin Post, the rapper’s real name, announced in May 2020 that he would release his own wine by the end of the following month. He said in the announcement, “Rosé is for when you want to get a little fancy.” “It’s a nice change of pace, and I’ve been contemplating making my own wine for a while.”

Maison No. 1 is a wine that has been aged in oak barrels. 9, according to the label, is a “light, high-quality, approachable rosé” that was “created to break down traditional perceptions about wine and its barriers for consumers.”

More celebrities who have released their own rosés can be found further down the page.

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