This summer, Rosé Wine Mansion will make all your Rosé dreams come true. We explored the mansion before they officially opened their doors. We walked through 14 curated rooms and sipped Rosé from different wine regions. The mansion is reimagined as a Charlie and the Rosé Factory experience for adults. Each room was magical, unique and filled with Instagram-worthy photo ops. We are excited to transport you to New York’s Rosé Mansion.
The Rosé Mansion is conveniently located on NYC’s iconic Fifth Ave. You can’t miss the mansion’s pink doors, where a one of a kind wine tasting adventure awaits.
The Rosé Mansion consists of two stories. The self guided tour begins on the second floor. As soon we walked upstairs, we were each given a GoVino wine glass, grape stickers and a collectible wine pin. Each stop on the tour focuses on a different region or aspect of Rosé. Sommeliers will refresh your glass, while explaining the history, science and politics of this 6,000 year old wine. Our first stop on the Rosé tour was a pure white room, where we placed grape varietal stickers on the wall. We were told that by October the white room would turn into a shade of Rosé. We next walked into a room with a large map and were instructed to add a pushpin to the regions where we consume the most wine. We picked California and France.
Next we walked along a Scratch N Sniff wall that featured various aromas found in Rosé. We smelled bubblegum and nutella. We also enjoyed a Rosé and grapefruit gummy bear pairing. The interactive experiences in this room bring out your inner child.
Next we visited the Blending Lab, where mixologists blended the perfect Rosé based on your personal wine preferences. We asked for a glass that wasn’t too dry or sweet, but fruity at the same time.
There are so many Instagram opportunities throughout the Rosé Mansion. We swung through a chandler like a Rosé rock star. We also popped into a room full of roses, flamingos, and champagne bubbles and disco balls. We sat in a bathtub filled with pink and white rose petals. Of course we also sat on a gigantic throne with crowns fit for royalty.
There’s also a champagne tower, where you can sip on champagne and learn how this bubbly beverage is produced.
The final stop is the Grand Tasting Lounge at one of the largest Rosé wine bars. You can purchase wine by the glass or bottle as well at light snacks.
We recommend purchasing Rosé Wine tickets in advance. General Admission Tickets are for a specific date and time and cost $45. Guests can save $10 by visiting during happy hour from 2PM – 4:30PM on weekdays, except Tuesdays. You’ll sample approximately two glasses of wine and take at least a dozen Instagram worthy pictures. Now that’s what we call a steal.
“You can’t buy happiness, but you can buy wine and that’s the same kind of thing.”