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Rich Rosé

Many people are talking about drinking up all of their rosés because the rosé season is coming to an end along with sunscreen season and T-shirt season. But not everything we use in summer needs to be strictly seasonal.

Rosé wines can and should be enjoyed year round, particularly when they are made in a richer style. The wines are food friendly and fun to drink, not to mention ideal for enjoying during the cooling hours of a late summer sunset.

Two to Try:

Waterbrook Rosé of Sangiovese

This is an absolutely delicious rosé, packed with zesty fruit in a modestly rich style that is perfectly balanced for pairing with lightly spicy foods.

Bodegas Luis Mounier Fincas Las Nubes Rosé

You might not think of a Malbec/Cab combo as a great rosé, but together they produce a nice, meaty style with richness and complexity.

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