Rosé lovers can finally experience their idea of heaven in the splendid Rosé Mansion. The pop-up museum starts in New York this month.
The two-story mansion in midtown Manhattan, just a few blocks away from Grand Central Station, offers guests a psychedelic place that is devoted to the famous pink drink. The rooms celebrate the drink in all its glorious form, just like a Willy Wonka Chocolate Factory, but for the refreshing summer drink.
Learn About Rosé
Rose Mansion co-founder Tyler Balliet said that they wanted to turn the feelings that people get whenever they are drinking the wine into spectacular visuals. Additionally, they wanted to educate their guests in each room.
All the elaborate rooms in the mansion are meant to showcase the science, economics, and the vibrant history of the drink.
Balliet added that each room is distinct. It transports its guests to a different time and place through the Rosé Mansion Airlines. Here, they are given the chance to experience countries that make the drink such as Ancient Rome. Rosé lovers can also sample rosé-flavored food and drinks, which includes rosé gummies and a scratch-and-sniff wall.
The museum also features areas where visitors can learn about the amazing process of making rosé and a spot where they can blend their own custom drink by choosing their preferred level of acidity, fruitiness, and base.
Whether they are blending their own wine, taking a swing from a sparkling chandelier, or taking a peek at the best rosé bar in the world, the pop-up museum will have something worthy for its visitors to put on their social media accounts.
The Charm Of Rosé
Balliet added that rosé is a great tool to tell stories. He said that the drink is as old as wine — an astounding 6,000 years. A number of the first wines were even pink. He continued that the drink is also considered fun.
Those who want to go inside the museum are recommended to visit during the happy hour, from 2:00 p.m. to 4:30 p.m, Mondays through Fridays. The tickets can be purchased for $35 and $45. However, they need to get their IDs ready because visitors have to be at least 21 years old to get inside.
The ticket to the museum already includes an amazing array of wine samples, a GoVino wine glass, an access to the Grand Tasting Lounge, and its gift shop. It is recommended to spare one to three hours when visiting the rosé wonderland.