Rosé from Gypsy Kitchen.
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National Rosé Day 2019: Metro Atlanta deals and specials

Looking for a refreshing wine pairing this weekend? Enjoy a glass of rosé with your meal on National Rosé Day, Saturday, June 8 at these metro Atlanta restaurants.

5Church Atlanta. The restaurant will offer $10 glasses of Whispering Angel rosé all day.

1197 Peachtree St NE, Atlanta. 404-400-3669,

Agency Socialthèque. The Buckhead establishment will serve $5 glasses of Kinker Bricks Winery Bricks & Roses draft wine all day.

3500 Peachtree Road NE, Atlanta, 404-900-7799,

AIX and Tin Tin. The Provençal cuisine-inspired restaurant  and its sister wine bar Tin Tin will serve $5 glasses of rosé all day. 

956 Brady Avenue, Atlanta, 770-838-3501,

Gypsy Kitchen. The Spanish tapas restaurant will have $6 glasses of rosé.

3035 Peachtree Rd NE, Atlanta, 404-939-9840,

La Fête du Rosé. On June 9, attendees can picnic and sip wine, champagne and cocktails while enjoying live bands and DJs at this rosé and music festival. Tickets currently start at $30.

Piedmont Park, Atlanta,

The Federal. Through June 9, the restaurant will offer four specially priced options by the glass: Chateau Coussin Rosé, Chateau Puech-Haut Rosé, Finca Wolfer Rosé and Graham Beck Sparkling Rosé. 

1050 Crescent Ave NE, Atlanta, 404-343-3857,

The Southern Gentleman. The restaurant will serve $6 glasses of rosé.

3035 Peachtree Rd, Atlanta, 404-939-9845,

Truva. The Turkish Mediterranean restaurant will offer 20 percent off bottles of ONEHOPE and Whispering Angel rosé.  Guests can also order ONEHOPE rosé by the glass for $7, and proceeds will support ovarian cancer research.

842 N. Highland Avenue, Atlanta, 404-228-1007,

Yard House. The sports bar’s selection includes the Jean-Luc Colombo Rosé and their Rosé Refresher cocktail, which features Ketel One Grapefruit Roseand Angry Orchard Rosé Cider as well as Cointreau and citrus agave.

261 19th Street NW Suite 1100, Atlanta, 404-815-8990 and 825 Battery Ave, Atlanta, 770-675-7640,

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