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Rosé literally all day at a “mansion” in midtown this summer

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Alyson Penn

Rosé, have you heard of it? It's this type of wine that is red but looks pink and people LOVE it. They love it so much, that they order it frozen, mixed into cocktails, in popsicle-form, bottled in cans and currently in cookie dough at DŌ. But what's the next step, you ask? To experience the wine.

Starting Thursday, July 12, the pop-up Rosé Mansion will let visitors walk through 14 rooms dedicated to the history and process behind making the less-macerated red vino. But let's skip to the good stuff; the Rosé Mansion has tons of cute Insta shots. Swing from a gold chandelier, sink into a bathtub filled with roses or drink in a bar with a floor entirely covered in pink sand. Not to mention, some of the rooms are designed to transport you to various wine-making countries, like "Ancient Rome" (neat!) and the Finger Lakes (neat?).

Of course, the best part of any alcohol installation is always the free booze. The price of admission ($35-$45) includes eight sample-size glasses, which really equals two full-size glasses. Afterward, the Grand Tasting Lounge will have a bar stocked with the largest selection of rosés in the country (for purchase). Yes way!

The pop-up will be located on 445 Fifth Avenue (right below Bryant Park) from July 12th to October 7th. Tickets are now available on their website.

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