About This Wine
Rosé-style wines are delicious at any time of the year.
But during the warm-weather months, they rise to a level of culinary hedonism. What could be more enjoyable than a perfectly chilled, refreshing glass of rosé wine, sipped while lounging on one’s patio, deck or balcony, or perhaps overlooking one’s favorite body of water?
Numerous movies have depicted people lounging under umbrellas at seaside bistros on the French Riviera. But you can have that same experience next to a pool or your closest river, lake or ocean. Or if there isn’t a body of water in close proximity, you could always freeze an appropriate frame from the opening of “Hawaii Five-O.”
Seriously, rosé is a wine not to be taken… too seriously. It satisfies on a whole different level than white or red wines, as the 2017 Iron Rock Cellars California Rosé demonstrates. Put your brain on hold for a while and quench your thirst.
- Grape Composition:Assorted Varieties
- Grape Source:Select Vineyards in Various California Growing Regions
- Aromas & Flavors:Red Cherry, Orange Rind, Potpourri, Caramel and Toast
- When to Drink:Now Through 2020
- Food Pairing Suggestion:chilled gazpacho on the patio.
3 recipes match for this wine.
Down Island Burgers With Mango Mayo And Grilled Onions Each year, Sutter Home Winery conducts a &quot;Build a Better Burger&quot; recipe contest, and this year's winner was Julie DeMatteo, a retired school teacher from Clementon, New Jersey. We tried her recipe with a Rose, and the match was perfect. It also matches well with a wide array of red wines, and makes 4 servings. Get The RecipeHot And Spicy Orange Beef Match this flavorful recipe from Washington's Latch Creek Wine Cellars with Moscato d'Asti, Rose, Vouvray, and be amazed by how the mild sweetness of the wine helps tame the spiciness of the entree - a combination made in culinary heaven. The recipe makes 4 to 6 servings... Get The Recipe