Rosé All Day

Can you believe we’re already in August? With summer starting to wind down, we thought it would be a great idea to squeeze in a fun field trip. Last month, we traveled to New York with friends to visit Rosé Mansion— a wine bar, amusement park and museum of science for wine! We were NOT disappointed. 

Rosé Mansion is everything you might expect, and more. We were immediately greeted by “flight attendants,” who explained what we could anticipate throughout our experience, handed our keepsake wine glasses, and given a brief history and science lesson about the magical drink that is rosé. From the moment we entered the mansion, to the moment we hopped on the escalator to exit, there were a wide variety of colorful backgrounds, themed rooms, and props to take photos with. We wasted no time trying our first wine, and taking photos as opportunities presented themselves! 

In one of the next rooms, we each took a quiz by following a map on the floor in order to help us decide which wine to try. For example, one question asked about our salsa order. We each landed in a different spot, but still decided to try the semi-sweet and sweet options. Everyone was pleased! After this “choose your own adventure” space, we landed in multiple rooms that were an instagram influencer’s dream. We had so much fun laughing, drinking, and taking pictures in rooms full of rose petals, confetti, and a sparkling ball pit. I think we all agree that this trip was the perfect excuse to take a break, relax and unwind. Here are some more photos from our experience at Rosé Mansion: 

One of our favorite wines from our trip through the mansion was Banfi Piemonte Rose Regale, which is a sweet red sparkling wine. This sparkling red wine is made from Brachetto d’Acqui in Piedmont, Italy. Legend has it that both Julius Caesar and Marc Antony sent Brachetto wine as gifts to Cleopatra. In turn, the empress had her lovers drink the wine to unleash their passion! Therefore, it is only fitting that the room we tasted this wine in was called Cleopatra’s Palace. The two of us and our friend Ernest couldn’t move on with the tour until we took a picture on our own thrones. 

We highly recommend making a trip out to Rosé Mansion if you get the chance! It was great to go with a group, and there is so much to do and see that you never feel bored. And if you want more after you finish the wine tasting portion, you can purchase other drinks like frosé while you sit on a swing in a cute cabana! 

Our trip didn’t stop there. We made our way to Dallas BBQ to refuel, and enjoy some (massive) delicious drinks. This is also a good time to shoutout Lauren, who packed all of us snacks and additional drinks for the road. 

Our main takeaway from this experience is that friends (and wine) are THE BEST. No one else will love and support you, take your photos in the best lighting, and pop out of a fake cake to throw confetti with you like your friends will. Keep the good ones close, because they’ll always have your back. 

This month’s featured wine is Banfi Piemonte Rose Regale, mentioned in the post. Tasting notes below!

This sparkling sweet red tastes of “fresh raspberries, with crisp acidity, enticing the palate with an initial softness, graduating to a clean and dry finish.” With a festive cranberry color, this wine is “aromatic with hints of raspberries, strawberries, and rose petals.”