Rosé this Way ~ Inside the Rosé Wine Mansion Stop and smell the rosés.

Rose Wine Mansion

Made for picnics, parties and poolside sips, I think at this point we can all just agree that rosé is the unofficial beverage of the season. The vibrant, refreshing nature of a chilled rosé wine is basically summer in a glass. So if you’re in the city and want to get your pink drink on, this dreamy pop-up museum and picture-perfect experience is definitely for you. As part of the Her Conference 2018 Kickoff party hosted by Her Campus and Bumble Bizz, yours truly had the chance to finally wander the halls of the Rosé Wine Mansion, a fun and fascinating exhibit dedicated to our beloved pink drink and go-to Summer sip. 

Rosé Mansion

Rosé Mansion

Instagram-powered museums and experiences have become part of the daily norm in New York like the Dream Machine and the Museum of Ice Cream, topped with the much-anticipated opening of N.Y.C.’s Pizza Museum just around the corner. Set in Midtown Manhattan, the two-story mansion (yes, it’s a mansion!) offer visitors a chance to taste rosés from all around the world while you wander through the curated space. The mansion is the brainchild of Morgan First and Tyler Balliet, vino pros and producers of pop-up wine-tasting events for more than a decade. Once you enter the big pink doors, you’ll be escorted up a flight of steps where the wine (pink, of course!) adventure begins.

Rosé Wine Mansion New York City

Rosé Mansion

Rosé Wine Mansion New York

Rosé Mansion

Rosé Mansion

You are then weaved from room-to-room (14 to be exact!) as you Rosé your way through the complete history of the summer-friendly wine, including the science of how it’s made while sipping through eight different types of the wine like bold, sparkling and sweet flavors. There are five smaller rooms within the mansion that provide attendees with colorful Instagrammable opportunities like the pink flamingo space, giant swinging chandelier to a room filled with faux flowers that smells like you’ve been whisked away to an English garden. 

Rosé Wine Mansion | herinkheart

Rosé Mansion NYC

Rosé Mansion NYC

Rosé Mansion New York

Rosé Wine Mansion New York

Summer is hailed as the start of rosé season and there’s no other beverage that celebrates sunshine and good times the way rosé does. It was interesting to learn about the politics behind the 6,000-year-old beverage while I treat my eyes on the visually enchanting installations the exhibit has to offer. The walk through was definitely a feast for all the senses as I get to sip and sample different variants of rosé as well. The pop up continues through October at 445 5th Avenue, near Bryant Park. Tickets range from $35 to $45. Visit www.rosewinemansion.com for more details.

17 Comments on “Rosé this Way ~ Inside the Rosé Wine Mansion Stop and smell the rosés.

  1. This place looks amazing! I want to go. Right now. Your pictures are gorgeous. It looks like so much fun. I’ll be watching for a Pop-Up wine tasting event near me. We love visiting the vineyards but I have yet to find one quite so pink 🙂

  2. Wow, that’s a lot of pink!! My best friend is a total girly-girl and loves everything pink, she would be in heaven here. I don’t drink wine, but I know quite a few people who love rose wine. I didn’t know there was a museum for it, but I’ve heard you can find just about anything in NYC.

  3. aw, such a cute and pretty place, even tho I’m not a fan of pink. There was a time I loooved liquor haha but it’s long gone. But if something like this happened in my area, would consider inviting few girlfriends over to have the experience.

  4. Aww this looks like such a fun colorful place to visit!!!! I have actually never heard of this drink before but I’m intrigued to give it a try now. 🙂

  5. what a cool concept! very instagramable and pinterest worthy! Rose is perfect for this time of the year, goes well with pretty much everything!

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