The Girls’ Night Goddesses Heard Your Prayers: The Rosé Mansion Has Come to NYC
It’s a wino’s Instagram heaven.
All photos courtesy of The Rosé Mansion
Few things scream girls’ day more than a glass of Rosé. And from now through October 7, you can experience the ultimate ode to your fave brunch bev.
The Rosé Wine Mansion, a 21-and-up pop-up exhibition especially for wine lovers, foodie bloggers and food historians alike, is up and buzzing in Manhattan. Designed and built by a sizeable creative team, the Rosé Mansion boasts an entire floor of walk-through rooms dedicated to this pretty-in-pink libation’s 6,000-year global history, a vino-themed playhouse complete with a gold chandelier for swinging and a secret garden rich with flower petals, and the luxe Grand Tasting Lounge which the website dubs “the greatest Rosé wine bar on the planet,” and is stocked with all the cheese, charcuterie and caviar you could ever dream of.
Those who want the history will be dazzled by the walk through Ancient Rome to the Finger Lakes to learn the past, science and economics behind Rosé. Instaworthy highlights include the lush plant wall, the Outsnapped photo booth covered in gold and pink tinsel, a blushing champagne tower, oversized thrones (yes, with crowns) and, arguably the dreamiest of them all, the indoor pink sand beach. And for the guests who’re there to sip, not to worry: your ticket includes eight wine samples amounting to about two glasses, and there are plenty of snacks (and bottles, if you’re there to splurge) to peruse for purchase, too.
If you can’t make it to the museum (or your visit just has you jonesin’ for more rosé), consider signing up for The Rosé Wine Club, powered by Wine Awesomeness. For $54 a box (and free shipping!), you’ll get three bottles of the good stuff from around the world delivered right to your door every three months.
Admission also includes a Rosé Mansion wine glass, a collectible enamel pin and surprise swag items. While general admission is $45/head, you can save $10 by booking during happy hour (that’s weekdays until 4:30 pm). It’s located at 445 5th Ave., New York, NY 10016.