Red White Pink is the name of this wine because it’s a mix of everything. Seriously there’s Syrah and Chenin Blanc and Tempranillo and Sauv Blanc, Pinot Gris and maybe one or two other grapes. The result is a delicious fruity and bright (almost jolly rancher like but not quite there) wine that finishes with this beautifully structured jalapeño bite. Absolutely in love with this wine. — 4 days ago
This delightfully dry pink wine from Argentina’s Patagonia offers brisk aromas and flavors of raspberry, strawberry and saline minerality complicated by white stone fruits. Tactile and lively, it boasts excellent palate presence. Its chewy finish should make it flexible at the dinner table. (Stephen Tanzer, Vinous, June 2018) — 13 days ago
The Little Black Dress is the same size this year as last, but it’s made from different grapes. The 2017 LBD Rosé was vinified entirely from white wine grapes again, 75% Pinot Grigio, 13% Muscat, 10% Chardonnay and 2% Viognier grapes out of Mendocino County.
The color is light pink, almost an onion skin tone. Aromas are powerfully surprising, with a great earthy presence joining the floral and fruity expression. On the palate, it's dry as a bone and luscious with stone fruit and herbal qualities. The wine pairs beautifully with salad or toast but is a lovely sipper on its own. — 15 days ago
After weeks of landscaping, Spring cleaning and house guests for the last three weekends, Sofia and I finally have a weekend to kick it in the backyard. Watch the games, BBQ & sip some wine. Further, Sofia is back on the BSR train. Ahhhh...couldn’t be happier if I were twins. My go to N/V Rosé Champagne. Love it.
The pink rose petals are incredible. The acidity spot on. Lean fruits of; strawberries, cherries, tangerine, watermelon near the rhine, some yeast, baguette crust, sea spray, soft chalkiness with an edge, touch of gritty minerals, sea spray and a beautiful rich finish. From 375ml. — a day ago