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Snooth User: William Djubin

Should every South Florida Wine destination carry a Dry Rose (provence style)

Posted by William Djubin, Mar 1, 2014.

Should Dry Provence Rose wines join the South East Florida Wine lists?

 I certainly think so, hard to beat Mediterranean style Apps and Salads without Dry Rose.

I suggest you try.!

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Reply by William Djubin, Mar 1, 2014.

Image Domaine Ott with a fresh grilled Calamari appetizer and fire roasted organic arugula and beet salad to start. Before the Super Tuscans or Piedmont wonders and Dinner.

FLAVOR EXPLOSIONS.  Y or N. Thanks.

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Reply by EMark, Mar 1, 2014.

It's impossible to argue against that, William.  The only questions I would ask are:

  • Why would you restrict it to restaurants in such a limited geography?
  • While there is no denying the quality and appeal of Provence Roses, why, again, limit the offering?  There are excellent Roses from around the world.
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Reply by William Djubin, Mar 2, 2014.

I think I would need to start with the Base (Ott) and grow from there.

- If Ott and Provence is accepted by the 100$ a Pop crowd the fad and victory could grow and expand to other great rose's, my Fav is Maimbray Rose Loire.. Ohh the Strawberries.

New to this area still.... or maybe not, just not offered yet on Wine Lists.

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Reply by William Djubin, Mar 2, 2014.

If I read your query wrong then my original question might be :

"Should every wine focused destination carry a Dry Rose?"

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Reply by William Djubin, Mar 2, 2014.

My answer would be that Every Tropic Paradise wine destination should carry Dry Rose, Loire, Provence, Spain Rioja, Australia, Greece and USA. Many more I am sure.

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Reply by William Djubin, Mar 4, 2014.

The Next version of our Wine List will carry Domaines Ott and a Tuscan Dry Rose (D'Abola?)

Victory is ours.! Thanks for the support.

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Reply by William Djubin, Apr 3, 2015.

Ok, ok, that never happened.. No Ott or Tuscan Rose vs. our wine list. Sorry.

BUT Finally our Venue hosts a Dry Rose. Seven Hills Cabernet Franc Rose 2014.

This wine is first class now. Thanks Jordan (the guy who buys the wine I sell.) ** enjoyed by guests tonight vs. SBlanc NZ or PGrigio Alto Adige.


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