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Just the Tipsy Bubbly Rosé – Review

A cheeky name like “Just the Tipsy” catches your attention on store shelves. But does this bubbly pink wine live up to its playful branding? I popped open a frosty bottle to explore what’s behind the eye-catching label. Read my impressions in this review.

Exact Wine Name: Just the Tipsy Bubbly Rosé
Producer: Just the Tipsy
Country/Region of Origin: United States
Grape Varietals: Primarily Syrah, with some Grenache and Mourvèdre
Type: Sparkling Rosé
Style: Dry or Semi-Sweet (two versions available)
Vintage Year: Non-vintage
Retail Price Range: $24.99-$35 USD
ABV: 12.5%
Awards Won: No
Aroma Profile Details: Dry style has aromas of strawberry, citrus, and floral notes; Semi-sweet style has more pronounced strawberry and raspberry aromas.
Flavor Profile Details: Dry style has crisp acidity, flavors of red fruit, and a clean finish; Semi-sweet style is fruitier and slightly sweeter.
Peak Drinking Window: Enjoy within 2-3 years of purchase.

My Impressions of Just the Tipsy Sparkling Rosé

Alright, listen up, wine fiends! I cracked open a bottle of Just the Tipsy Bubbly Rosé this weekend, and let me tell you, it was a fizzy good time. Forget stuffy tastings and intimidating jargon, I’m giving you the real deal like a pal who loves popping corks.

First off, the bottle stole the show. It’s this sassy pink number with curves that’d make Marilyn Monroe jealous. Even before the first sip, I knew this wasn’t your average Sunday brunch bubbly.

Now, the juice itself. Picture a summer sunset captured in a glass. Pale pink with bubbles dancing like fireflies, it smelled like a dream vacation – strawberries, watermelon, and a hint of something floral hiding in the background.

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Tipsy Rosé in two flavors: dry dances with berries, crisp & clean. Sweet sings spicy tunes, brunch's bubbly queen. Affordable pink fun, pop it 'til the sun!

Positives

  • Affordable
  • Pleasant taste
  • Fun branding
  • Versatile food pairing

Negatives

  • Can be simple or lacking in complexity (according to some critics)

Breakdown

  • Drinkability 4.0/5
  • Food pairing 4.5/5
  • Value for money 3.5/5
  • Personal Preference 4.0/5

When it hit my tongue, it was like a party in my mouth, and everyone was invited. Crisp and clean, like a sparkling soda with a grown-up attitude. The red fruit flavors tangoed with citrus, finishing with a touch of sweetness that lingered just long enough to make me say “ooh la la!”.

Don’t get me wrong, it’s not gonna win any complexity awards. It’s light and playful, not some brooding Cabernet trying to steal the spotlight. But that’s its charm! It’s the perfect sidekick for brunch, picnics, or simply kicking back on a sunny afternoon.

And let’s talk about the price tag. It won’t break the bank, which means you can stock up without feeling guilty. Trust me, your friends will thank you – Just the Tipsy is the definition of “crowd-pleaser.”

So, my verdict? This fizzy flamingo of a rosé is a total win. It’s fun, delicious, and easy on the wallet. Grab a bottle, pop the cork, and let the good times flow. Cheers!

Just the Tipsy Bubbly Rosé: Pairings and Popping Corks

Just the Tipsy Bubbly Rosé isn’t just a pretty bottle (though it definitely is). This bubbly beauty hides a spectrum of flavors and pairings waiting to be explored. Whether you’re a brunch enthusiast or a spicy food fanatic, there’s a perfect pop of pink waiting for your next culinary adventure.

For the Crisp and Clean:

Imagine the sun dappling through an orchard on a cool autumn day. That’s the vibe of the dry style Just the Tipsy Bubbly Rosé. Its crisp acidity and vibrant red fruit flavors sing alongside lighter dishes. Think:

  • Salads: Arugula with shaved parmesan and balsamic reduction, or a tangy quinoa salad with grilled chicken.
  • Appetizers: Delicate sushi or creamy goat cheese crostini topped with fig jam.
  • Shellfish: Oysters or scallops with a squeeze of lemon, or a light seafood salad.
  • Lighter fish: Grilled cod with herbs, or salmon with a simple dill sauce.

Pro Tip: Avoid heavy or fatty foods that can clash with the wine’s acidity.

For the Sweet and Saucy:

Craving a touch of sweetness with your sparkle? The semi-sweet style Just the Tipsy Bubbly Rosé is your new BFF. Its fruity notes and hint of sugar play beautifully with bolder flavors. Get ready to pop corks with:

  • Brunch: Pancakes with berries and whipped cream, or a savory quiche with a touch of fruit chutney.
  • Fruit desserts: A decadent strawberry shortcake or a refreshing sorbet with fresh fruit.
  • Spicy food: Thai curry or Indian tikka masala. The sweetness of the wine will balance the heat.

Pro Tip: Steer clear of delicate dishes that might get overpowered by the wine’s sweetness.

When to Pop the Cork:

The beauty of Just the Tipsy Bubbly Rosé is its versatility. It’s the bubbly chameleon that blends seamlessly into any occasion. Here are some ideas to get your creative juices flowing:

  • Brunch: Start your day with sunshine in a glass. Mimosas anyone?
  • Picnics: Pack a basket of fresh food and let the bubbles add a touch of festivity.
  • Parties: Get the party started with a signature Just the Tipsy cocktail.
  • Relaxing at home: Unwind after a long day with a glass of bubbly and your favorite book.

Remember: There are no hard rules when it comes to enjoying Just the Tipsy Bubbly Rosé. Experiment, have fun, and find your perfect pairing. The only requirement is laughter and good company. Cheers to endless fizzy possibilities!

When to Sip this Bubbly Pink Wine

I imagine stocking my cooler with the colorful Just the Tipsy bottles for all sorts of casual occasions with friends this summer: poolside hangs, patio chilling, beach days or lake floats. It also works for brunch pairing, engagement celebrations or just Friday winding down with roommate takeout. And the bottle looks great as a gift!

Flavors, Aromas and Tasting Profile

With just a hint more oomph than your average Prosecco or grocery store Cava, Just the Tipsy drinks very easily and smoothly. Let’s analyze its tasting profile:

Appearance: Gleaming copper-salmon color, enduring fine bead with small bubbles

Nose: Raspberries, red cherries, lemon zest, white peach, hint of nougat.

Palate: Dry, crisp texture, medium bubbles. Red berry flavors of strawberry, cranberry and pomegranate with Meyer lemon accents. Nice tangy acidity, delicate citrus finish.

The interplay between bright red fruit notes, lively acid and fine bubbles makes this easy to gulp down without thinking. It lacks complexity next to premium sparkling wines but overdelivers on drinkability and enjoyment at its modest price point.

Frequently Asked Questions about Just the Tipsy Wine:

Is sparkling rosé alcoholic?

Yes, as rosé is made from the juice of red wine grapes, all sparkling rosé wines contain alcohol just like still rosé wines. The alcohol levels are often in the 11-13% range.

What does bubbly rosé wine taste like?

Sparkling rosés typically taste crisp, dry and fruity – tasting notes can include various red berries like strawberry, raspberry, cherry, as well as citrus fruits like lemon, lime, grapefruit and orange. The tiny bubbles provide a lively mouthfeel.

Is bubbly rosé sweet?

Some styles can taste slightly sweet due to ripeness of the grapes, but most sparkling rosé aims for a crisp, dry style – not sweet. Sweetness levels vary based on dosage added after disgorging the lees during production.

So if you’re seeking an affordable bubbly pink that looks as fun as your Friday night plans, crack open Just the Tipsy. It certainly pops bottles on branding panache while wetting whistles with bright, smooth drinkability. As summer nears, I know what’ll be chilling in my cooler.

1 Comment

  • Reha
    Posted January 27, 2024 at 10:08 am

    Tested this wine few days ago it was great.

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