Here is one of the best...
2009 Bargemone Coteaux d'Aix-en-Provence Rose.....$15.99
"This rosés very pale pink hardly hints at the flavor it holds. It invigoratingly bright and fresh, with a pink grapefruit flavor underlined by firm minerality; a little red fruit comes through, almost gamey in expression. It's savory and mouthwatering, ready for roasted oysters eaten beachside."
Rated 92/100 Wine and Spirits
"Some of the best dry rosés come from southern France, stretching from the Rhône through Provence and the Languedoc." -- The Wine Spectator
2009 Château de Ségriès Tavel
"Powerful and focused, with a big core of red cherry, raspberry and red currant fruit laced with spice and tobacco hints. A nice stony note weaves in on the finish, adding length and cut. Drink now. 1,000 cases imported. —J.M."
Rated 90/100 The Wine Spectator
2009 Mordoree Tavel La Dame Rousse Rose
"Ripe and long, with a juicy beam of raspberry, strawberry and cherry notes laced with hints of dried orange peel and hot stone. The finish is solid and juicy. Drink now. 400 cases imported. —J.M. "
-- Rated 90/100 The Wine Spectator
2009 Chateau de Lancyre Rosé Pic Saint Loup...$15.99
Quality French rosé can come from outside Provence or Tavel...Château de Lancyre, in the Languedoc appellation of Pic St.-Loup.
"Elegant rose, with a rich allure to the dark cherry, plum and Asian spice flavors. Lush finish is filled with loads of cream that are balanced by minerally notes. Drink now through 2013. 383 cases made. —K.M." -- The Wine Spectator
2009 Cuvée de Peña Rosé Côtes Catalanes...$10.99
An elegant rosé, offering plenty of stuffing and rich, ripe flavors of plum, cherry and spice. The long finish is quite creamy and fresh. Lovely salmon color. Red raspberry nose with some smoky and spicy notes. Very dry and intense on the palate, mouth-filling but also unusually piquant with undertones of quince and some red cherries. The finish is long and almost peppery.Lighter in color than previous vintages, less coppery. Fresher, more floral aromas than usual with juicy red cherries over a hint of black plums. Light and piquant on the palate, less metallic than previous vintages. Surprisingly long, whistle-clean and very dry finish.
2009 Château du Donjon Rosé Minervois....$14.99
Pink to salmon color. Refreshing aromas include ripe strawberries, red cherries and red plums. Less spicy and herbal but with very pure intense red fruit flavors. Fully dry but ripe and soft, inviting and mouth-filling. Cinsault, Grenache and Syrah.