NY Yankees Rose
This French Rosé is the result of selective sourcing, exceptional winemaking and expert blending from high quality grapes. The result is a clean and crisp Rosé, and a proud addition to the MLB® Wine Collection. NY Yankees Rose has a soft salmon in appearance, this wine offers clean, bright fresh strawberries and rose petals with tropical notes and stone fruit flavors.
From an award winning winery in Verdigny, France, this Rosé is Gamay dominant with Pinot Noir and Cabernet Franc. Soft salmon in appearance, this wine offers clean, bright fresh strawberries and rose petals with tropical notes and stone fruit…medium bodied, crisp acidity and a hint of sweetness with a juicy, dry finish.
• The Yankees draw 3.4 million fans each year*
• 2/3 of baseball fans drink wine.
• The New York Yankees Rosé is an officially licensed
MLB product offering a direct association with the team and Major League Baseball.
• Each bottle has a hologram affixed to ensure it is officially licensed.
Jan. 9, 1903: Frank Farrell and Bill Devery purchase the defunct Baltimore franchise of the American League for $18,000 and then move the team to Manhattan.
Mar. 12, 1903: The New York franchise is approved as a member of the American League. The team will play in a hastily constructed, all-wood park at 168th Street and Broadway. Because the site is one of the highest spots in Manhattan, the club will be known as the “Highlanders” and their home field “Hilltop Park.”
Apr. 22, 1903: The Highlanders play their first game, a 3-1 loss at Washington.
Apr. 23, 1903: The Highlanders record the first win in franchise history, a 7-2 decision at Washington. Harry Howell recorded the win.
Apr. 30, 1903: The Highlanders notch a 6-2 win vs. Washington in their inaugural home opener at Hilltop Park.