Sweeten Up Any Occasion With Roscato Wine!

This post is sponsored by Roscato Wine but the content and opinions expressed here are my own. 

Last year I tried Roscato wine for the first time and ever since it’s been my go-to wine. I make sure to always keep a few bottles in my house for any occasion.

When it comes to wine, I tend to gravitate towards sweet wines and mostly whites. The only time I like to drink red wine is in a sangria. That all changed when I had Roscato Sweet Red. I was hooked! Naturally, I went online to learn more about this delicious brand.

My latest obsession, Roscato Rosé Dolce (Sweet Rosé)!

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First of all, can we talk about how gorgeous the bottles are? Blush and gold scream out girls’ night! And that’s exactly how I introduced my girlfriends to Roscato Rosé.

It’s been raining the past couple of days, which honestly makes me want to just curl up on my couch with a nice glass of wine and catch up on my shows.

Although this week that’s pretty much been my routine, I decided to have a couple of my girlfriends over to keep me company. What could be better than being cozy with some pizza and wine?

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My friends and I have similar wine preferences, so I knew they would love Roscato Rosé just as much as I do.

And I was right. The moment they had their first sip, their eyes lit up. We had a winner on our hands!

Roscato is an irresistible range of high-quality wines from the northern Italian region of Lombardy. With low alcohol of 7% and just a touch of sweetness to it, Roscato is the ideal complement to any cuisine… and any girls’ night in!

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There is something about wine and girlfriends that brings me so much happiness. Every time I spend time with my friends, I feel rejuvenated and so blessed to have them in my life. We can literally talk for hours and have the best time doing nothing but eating and drinking.

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I’m excited to try out more wines from the Roscato collection. If they’re anything like the two I’ve had so far, I know I’ll enjoy them as well.

Have you tried Roscato before? What’s your favorite?

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