Looking for something fun, exciting, and unique to do with your best friends this summer? Look no further because an actual rosé mansion is opening up in New York City for a few short months.
Visitors will be able to wander various rooms in the mansion while sipping different rosé’s from around the world. Each room is designed to transport guests to different places and times where they can learn about the history, science and economics of the delicious pink beverage. Some of the room themes include Ancient Rome, South America and Upstate New York.
Other fun options for rosé enthusiasts to do at the gorgeous mansion include blending their own wine, running wild in a custom-built playhouse and swinging from a golden chandelier - how could anyone pass that up!?
The mansion also features a Grand Tasting Lounge complete with glasses, bottles and snacks. The lounge offers guests the ability to sample from the largest rosé wine list in the United States and even has cheese, charcuterie and caviar to eat, all of which can be enjoyed on the mansion’s pink sand beach.
General admission is a mere $45 and tickets include admission to the Rosé Mansion, eight samples of wine (about two glasses worth), a GoVino wine glass, a collectable enamel pin, entry to the Grand Tasting Lounge, and plenty of other fun surprises.
The mansion is located at 445 5th on the corner of 5th Ave and 39th, a few blocks from Grand Central Station, Times Square and just around the corner from Bryant Park.
The Rosé Mansion isn’t the only fun, summer wine tour in New York City. The booming metropolis also hosts plenty of other wine-themed events.
Yoga in the Vineyard is a wine tasting in Lehigh Valley that includes a 60-minute yoga session, the Hudson Valley allows guests to take a bike ride through the vineyards of Poughkeepsie, and another wine tour includes kayaking along the Delaware River and a picnic lunch from a local NYC deli.
So for the wine and outdoor enthusiast in all of us, New York City is the place to be this summer to get the perfect blend of both.