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Food Pairings for Agronavarra Perdido Rosé
Cherry coloured, enticingly so, with a bright, fresh, medium-bodied palate. Gently fruity flavours, cherry again, offering a firm whole and a refreshing tingle on the finish. It's not overly complicated, but refreshing, food friendly http://www.spittoon.biz/a_rose_for_a_picnic.html
Perdido means free to do as you please in Spanish and this is exactly what the winemaker has done with this stylish and fruity rose from Navarra in northern Spain. It's full of bright, expressive fruit and is a versatile wine which matches most dishes, especially barbecues, as well as being great on its own, chilled.
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