Band of Roses Rosé makes its debut performance during 2018 festival season

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Beyoncé may have turned Coachella into Beychella, but there’s a new name ready to shake up this year’s highly anticipated festival season. Enter 2017 Band of Roses Rosé (SRP $12.99) — the latest solo act from acclaimed winemaker and former rock band manager Charles Smith. Starting its nationwide tour this month, this one-of-a-kind rosé completes any outdoor concert experience.

Made from 100 percent Pinot Gris from Washington State, this crisp, fruity wine is pale pink in color but plush in texture, boasting a blend of pure, naked flavors delivered through a silky palate with fresh, penetrating perfumes of lilac, guava, tangerine, passionfruit and cut hay.

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Featuring a screw cap for easy-access and an edgy, eye-catching label that Charles designed with his longtime friend Danish designer Rikke Korff (who he met during his band management years), this new headliner is fit for any music-lover and is sure to be a highlight on those all-important Instagram feeds.

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